Q&A with Timothy Dietz, candidate for Castle Rock Town Council, District 6

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Campaign website: votetim2020.com

What makes you the best choice for this office?

My willingness to get things done, to keep my commitment with consistency, and complete each task put before the town council effectively after thorough research of the problem/project has been carried out.

If you're elected, what one single issue will be at the top of your agenda?

Reviewing infrastructure and roadways to relieve congestion and the promotion of sustainable growth.

If you're elected, what must you accomplish in order for you to consider your term a success?

Being true to the community vision of Castle Rock, while hearing the concerns and carrying out actions with integrity, to benefit the citizens of Castle Rock.

If elected, how would you continue work to help small, local businesses recover from COVID-19?

By thinking outside of the box to promote opportunities for small local businesses to sell their product/services during the restrictions of COVID: Creation/promotion of a town website/app promoting Castle Rock owned businesses; flags downtown with the website/app information. (Advertising outside services on sidewalks/patios, promoting curbside service, allowing business-farmers market style-in city parking lots areas). The ultimate goal is to allow businesses to fully open up with encouragement to those with compromised immune systems to utilize services such as DoorDash, Uber Eats, curbside service and/or order online.

What do you believe is the best way for Castle Rock to manage growth and development in coming years?

Promotion of sustainable growth, with careful thought surrounding traffic flow infrastructure, the values of small-town culture, and the increase of taxes and water costs to current citizens.

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