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We’ve moved our

3rd Thursday Townhall Location

to East Middle School

1275 Fraser St, Aurora, CO 80011
(4 blocks east of Sable on 12th)

If going North on Chambers,
Left on E. 13th Ave. then take 2nd left on Fraser St.

Join us Thursday, April 17th!

7:00-8:30 pm

Criminal Justice Innovations
Aurora’s Problem-Solving Courts

Featuring the 18th Judicial District and Aurora Municipal Court

• Magistrate Bonnie McLean18th Judicial District Juvenile Delinquency, Mental Health and Drug Courts
• Magistrate John Scipione
18th Judicial District Wellness and Recovery Courts
• Michael Tessean
18th Judicial District Wellness Court, Consultant on the new Truancy Court
• Representative of Aurora Municipal Court
who works with women charged with prostitution

Free Public Event
Bring your friends, family and questions.

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 Continue to Join us for Monthly
First Monday Coffees!

Monday, May 5th  •  7:15 – 8:30 am

Mimi’s Cafe  •  Aurora  •  205 S. Abilene St.•  (303)364-6464

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1st Saturday Legislative Updates

Saturday, May 3rd • 11:00 am-1:00 pm

Smoky Hill Library
S. Biscay Cir. & Smoky Hill Rd.
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Welcome!

I am honored to represent House District 36 in the Colorado General Assembly.  This district encompasses east Aurora and several neighborhoods in unincorporated Arapahoe County.  It’s a large, diverse district that includes Buckley Air Force Base, Community College of Aurora, Aurora Central Library, Aurora Sports Park, Southlands Mall, Aurora Reservoir, Arapahoe County Fairgrounds and Arapahoe Park racetrack.

We have two K-12 school districts—Aurora Public Schools and Cherry Creek Public Schools—and the Community College of Aurora.  Major economic drivers include the aerospace and defense industries, bioscience, renewable energy research and manufacturing, tourism and healthcare.

My legislative priorities are families, jobs and small business.  I am committed to representing the best interests of our residents and advocating for those who can’t speak for themselves.

Every month, I host coffees and townhalls in various locales in the district.  All are invited to attend, so watch this space for updates, and please add your name to my email list.  I welcome your ideas and feedback, so please feel free to contact me at any time via email, phone or snail mail.

I’m proud to represent you as Chair of the State, Veterans and Military  Affairs Committee, and as a member of the Legislative Audit Committee and the Business, Labor, Economic and Workforce Development Committee.

As the Majority Caucus Deputy Whip, it’s my job to help manage voting on the House Floor.

Whether you’re part of a group or on your own, you are welcome to visit me at the Capitol anytime.  Just call 303-866-2942 and arrange a time.

You may also listen in on any committee hearing, and listen or watch the House and Senate floor debates by going online to www.leg.state.co.us/clics/clics2012a/cslFrontPages.nsf/Audio

The House and Senate proceedings are televised daily on Comcast Channel 165.

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve you.
Your representative,

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*To avoid parking hassles, please take public transportation. You can ride light rail to the 16th Street Mall, then connect to the mall shuttle and walk over from the Broadway & 16th Street station.  The #15 bus along Colfax also serves the Capitol.

 

 

 

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