Positioning the City for the Future
- Preserve fiscal strength and keep taxes low
- Maintain balance sheet with no short term/long-term debt, no pension debt
- Use smart city technology and data
Former Member – Greenwood Village Budget Review Committee
Senior Director - National Endowment for Financial Education
President - Inhabit That, LLC
MBA Univ. of Louisville, Executive Scholars Program - Kellogg School of Management – Northwestern
CFP® Certified Financial Planner™
"This year, citizens within District 3 will have a very tough decision to elect representation to our Greenwood Village City Council. We have 4 qualified candidates; in fact, I personally appointed 2 of the 4 to commissions.
The primary issue is: who will represent us on the Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable? I feel that all our current candidates agree that Centennial Airport should not expand, but only one has shown the dedication to carry out this time-consuming task. Brent Neiser has consistently attended Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable meetings, and has committed to representing us there. This is one of the most critical liaison positions. I would hate to see the Roundtable without representation by Greenwood Village. Historically, Greenwood Village has led the charge in fighting airport noise for 20 years. Brent is stepping forward (even before he is elected) to tackle this difficult issue."
Karen Blilie, Former District 3 Council Member and Mayor Pro tem