Foothills Fire Protection District – MEET THE CANDIDATES Forum 4/29/14

 Foothills Fire Protection District

CANDIDATE FORUM

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Mount Vernon Country Club, 7-8pm

MEET THE CANDIDATES for Board of Directors

Three Candidates, Two Positions

Doug Kalish - Candidate for FFPD Board of Directors  Doug Kalish has 20+ years as a business management consultant for a multinational firm implementing finance and budgeting systems for government agencies. His background includes financial management, strategic planning, and stakeholder management. He lives in Idledale and his wife is a Foothills fire fighter. Doug also volunteers at a local animal rescue. Dave Robinson - incumbent and candidate for FFPD Board of Directors

 Dave Robinson is the incumbent and current President of the Board. He has lived on Lookout Mountain for 20+ years. His 30+ years of business leadership includes being a founding partner of BCER Engineering (now retired), working there for 20 years with 75 employees and earning $10M+ annual revenues. Dave contributes Fire Protection Engineering, Fire Code Interpretation and Construction Engineering advice to FFPD. Murry Wynes - Candidate for FFPD Board of Directors

Murry Wynes has been a FFPD volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician for seven years. As an Army Veteran (‘87-‘93) and volunteer firefighter he has a strong commitment to serve the community. When not responding to an emergency, Murry uses his PhD in science as a project manager for a non-profit association fighting to conqueror lung cancer worldwide.

 REMINDER:

Board of Directors Election, May 6, 2014

Get your absentee ballot by contacting Brian Zoril, fire chief (zoril@comcast.net) or Dick Bartlett, Board Member (richardbartlett@comcast.net), or by clicking this link to download: Application_for_Absentee_Ballot_FFPD.

 You can pick up and drop off your completed ballot at the Rainbow Hill Station, 28812 Rainbow Hill Rd, Evergreen, CO 80439.

Directions: take I-70 west to Evergreen Pkwy exit south, west on Hwy-40 (First Bank & El Rancho intersection), north on Rainbow Hill Road, Rainbow Hill Station is on your left.