By BROOKLYN DANCE | firstname.lastname@example.org |
PUBLISHED: June 24, 2021 at 2:11 p.m. | UPDATED: June 24, 2021 at 2:16 p.m.
Broomfield City Councilman Deven Shaff has announced that he is seeking reelection for his Ward 3 seat.
Shaff was elected in 2017, and his current term ends this November. He’s the second person to declare candidacy for the seat after Brian Peotter announced his campaign for Ward 3 on May 25.
In a news release, Shaff stated he wants to continue the progress the City Council has made the past three years and through the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I am proud of my record of supporting the Broomfield community, enhancing the creative economy, improving our local and regional transportation systems and ensuring the public health and safety of our residents,” Shaff stated in the release.
The release cites Shaff’s role in helping implement the mural at Highway 128 and U.S. 287 designed to shine light on mental health and diversity, as well as his work to build support and foster communication surrounding the 2021 transportation funding bill.
“As a father of two students at Kohl Elementary School and a substitute teacher, I interact with Broomfield residents on a daily basis,” Shaff stated in the release. “In these conversations, I listen and take note of how to show up and respond. I offer transparency and inclusion of ideas on all matters important to them. As we move to a new normal in our community, I look forward to spending more time with constituents and continuing the work of the people.”
For additional details, visit deven4broomfield.com.