8. Vacant 9. Vacant 10. Lyle Hansen Occupation: I am currently retired from my business career as a real estate appraiser. Your role: I represent District 10. I have served with the GPHC Board for many years, having served as chair in the past. What drew you to GPHC, Inc.? Its strong commitment to the community; encouraging fairness in housing and public schools, maintaining a strong relationship with District 2 Police, strong support for local businesses – and, working with dedicated Board members. What would you like to accomplish? Improving the impact of the East Colfax Avenue corridor upon the quality and property values of real estate in Park Hill. I see improving conditions along the transit corridor but realize that much more can be done to improve the overall quality of Colfax and its impact upon Park Hill. What do you love about Park Hill? My wife, Sandy, and I have lived in Park Hill since 1968. We have always been active in the neighborhood, being attracted here because of the quality of housing, the neighborhood location, the variety of socio-economic, racial and sexually oriented diversity of our neighbors, and our love for older homes. We live near Johnson and Wales University, which provides a great location for morning walks. What addition would you like to see? We love everything about Park Hill as it is – the quality and variety of the residences, the mature landscaping, the obvious proud
ownership of residences, and the many services in place that provide all the necessary elements for a balanced residential neighborhood. Best contact: Via the GPHC office.
At Large: rob Barber Occupation: Realtor What drew you in to GPHC, Inc.? After moving to Park Hill from the suburbs, and seeing how much pride residents take in Park Hill, I decided to get involved to help keep Park Hill great. Your goals? To help keep Park Hill a great place to live and
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raise our children. What you love about Park Hill: It’s great to have so many things within walking distance. Our neighbors are great. I can honestly say that there isn’t anything I don’t like about Park Hill. Best phone and/or email contact: 303489-2127, email@example.com
Lisa Clark Occupation: I own a small business that locates and coordinates contractors. We also shop for samples and handle logistics, so that people can live their lives seamlessly. What do you love about Park Hill? This community is absolutely wonderful. I love how many points of view we have, how supportive we are of our residents and how much we do for each other. Your goals? My mission is to welcome our new homeowners and let them know what we do for our community as an organization. I am also committed to helping in anyway I can. Best contact: Feel free to reach out to me voice or text at 303-506-6885.
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Remove all decorations, lights, and tree stands. Remember, only natural (real) trees are collected for recycling during Treecycle. NO artiﬁcial or ﬂocked trees are accepted.
Set your tree out for collection no later than 7 a.m. on Saturday, January 7th or no later than 7 a.m. on Saturday, January 14th.
Reclaim free mulch made from your tree at the Annual Mulch Giveaway & Compost Sale in May.
• All Christmas trees must be set out at your regular trash collection location by 7 a.m. on Saturday, January 7th or by 7 a.m. on Saturday, January 14th. 14th Trees may be collected on Saturday or Sunday. • Do NOT place trees inside bags, carts or dumpsters, and be sure to set trees at least 2 feet away from trash or recycling containers, cars, and other obstacles. • Christmas trees will not be collected by Extra Trash crews during the ﬁrst two weeks of January.
Occupation: I retired three years ago from my “give back” career – six years as parole officer for the Colorado Department of Corrections. Prior to that my corporate career involved marketing, publishing, training and competitor intel-
• After January 15th, trees can be dropped off at the Cherry Creek Recycling Drop-off. Treecycle is for Denver residents only. For more information visit DenverGov.org/DenverRecycles or call 720-865-6810.
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hood and greater Park Hill. What drew you to GPHC, Inc.? When I came in 1984, one only had to drive through Park Hill to know this was the only neighborhood in which to live. Wonderful neighbors, schools, and easy access to downtown. Your goals? Give neighbors most info on issues facing the neighborhood and ways to bring quality changes to our part of Park Hill. What you love about Park Hill: Good neighbors, location, alleys, pocket shopping areas, and closeness to Downtown, Cherry Creek, and to parks and recreation areas. What addition would you like to see in the neighborhood? New businesses that will provide jobs and allow for continued growth when it comes to services and things that enhance living in Park Hill. Best contact: Phone: 720.448.5551, email: Ibjb14@yahoo.com
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