Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Profile: Charlie Brown (CD06)

DU Today has published an article outlining the policy positions of city council candidates in three areas. The article by Richard Chapman is entitled "Candidates vie to replace MacKenzie in District 7," and includes profiles of both Council District 6 and Council District 7 candidates.

Below is the response of Charles V Brown, an incumbent who is running unopposed:
Experience you consider most relevant to Denver City Council service:
I have served as a Colorado state representative, president of an award-winning public relations firm, chief lobbyist for a statewide medical society, assistant public affairs director for an international trade union and a teacher at the secondary and college levels.

The University of Denver describes itself as a “private institution for the public good.” If the University were to ask you for suggestions as to how this could be accomplished in the years ahead, how would you answer?
Continue the community-oriented education programs that draw local citizens and business community members to the University for continuing education, and encourage students to learn about and become a part of the community.

What are the top issues facing District 6 that you intend to tackle after being re-elected to City Council?
Continue supporting public safety and economic development.

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