Letter to the editor: Griffith for council

Posted 9/17/21

I am a veteran and a long-time resident of Arvada, CO. I own my own business as a general contractor and have raised my family in this city. Traffic has always been a problem and capacities are not …

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Letter to the editor: Griffith for council

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I am a veteran and a long-time resident of Arvada, CO. I own my own business as a general contractor and have raised my family in this city. Traffic has always been a problem and capacities are not being met in most parts of the city. Recently this problem is getting even worse. If only there was someone prioritizing infrastructure on the City Council that understands transportation.
I am tired of politicians with no background in infrastructure or engineering having the final say on my ability to get to the job site, get the kids to school or go to the grocery store without destroying the front end alignment of my truck with potholes, or spending too much time in traffic.
Michael P. Griffith has been my neighbor for 7 years. Not only is he a good guy, his background and professional experience are the essential way forward for Arvada’s roadway and traffic needs. When Mike tells me that growth is an opportunity I believe him because I know he intends to prioritize infrastructure in order to accommodate growth.
My family and I are going to vote for Michael P. Griffith for Arvada’s City Council At-Large in November. He is the right choice to keep us moving in the right direction. 
Chad Kingsbury,
Arvada 

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