Bill Vetesy announced his intention to run for the Ward 3 City Council seat which will be vacated by John Gates. Vetesy is a Navy veteran who has lived in Greeley for seven years. Vetesy holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Long Beach State University and has done master’s coursework at Boise StateContinue reading “Greeley: Candidate Announces for Ward 3”
The municipal election for Greeley’s City Council is November 7th but already several residents have formally announced their decision to run for mayor. Tom Norton, the current mayor, is finishing his third and final 2-year term per Greeley’s City Charter. Last week Mayor Pro Tem John Gates made his decision to run public. This week,Continue reading “Greeley: Candidates Emerging for Election”
The Greeley City Council voted 5-2 to adopt new capital improvement fees in March 2015. John Gates and Charlie Archibeque voted against the proposal in the public hearing on Jan. 20th. Sadly only two members of the public spoke at the hearing, including Neal Jandreau, GARA’s chairman. John Gates voiced concern with the decision byContinue reading “Greeley: Council Approves Impact Fees”
The Greeley Area REATOR Association is endorsing the following candidates in the City Council election: Mayor: Tom Norton At-Large: Sandi Elder Ward 2: Randy Sleight Ward 3: John Gates The 3 incumbents (Norton, Elder and Gates) have demonstrated their continued support for REALTOR issues through their voting records. Although the ward 4 seat is hotlyContinue reading “GARA Announces Candidate Endorsements”
Of the four seats available in this November’s election only John Gates (Ward 3) has no opponent. While the other races aren’t official yet, it appears that Priscilla Resendiz will oppose incumbent Mayor Tom Norton and Mark Schreiberman will oppose Sandi Elder (at-large). Despite rumors that Donna Sapienza would run again, she has made noContinue reading “Greeley City Council Race Shapes Up”
Mayor Tom Norton, Sandi Elder (at-large) and John Gates (Ward 3) have already announced their decision to run for re-election, marking an early beginning to the City Council campaign season. Incumbent Donna Sapienza (Ward 2) is also eligible but she is unlikely to run again due to illness.