Colorado Confidential's Kerri Rebrush interviewed Shelly Watters, City Council candidate for Council District 7.
Watters speaks to her personal background and work with former City Council Councilwoman Joyce Foster and current Councilwoman Carol Boigon.
She speaks to her knowledge of zoning and constituent services, and discusses the fun of running for City Council.
As for the locus of her support, she indicates that she is the only candidate who served on a neighborhood board.
Her top issues are safety and graffiti. She indicates that the rebuilding of higher-density homes is a real issue on the east side of Council District 7 (in contrast, Julie Connor and Chris Nevitt see that as an issue on the west side of the district).
She goes on to talk about the public schools and the impact of city government on the daily lives of citizens.
She pledges to locate her Council office in the district itself, instead of downtown at the City & Council Building, as well as meet regularly with the presidents of registered neighborhood organizations.