Mayoral candidate seeks balance between tourism, residential spending

14 Feb 2020 17:16 #1 by ClearCreekCourant
Mike Kowalewski hopes if he is elected mayor of Idaho Springs that he can help balance city spending between tourism and locals, and bring the community together — something he believes is eroding.

“Idaho Springs doesn’t feel like a community anymore,” he said. “I want the community feeling back.”

Kowalewski’s name will be on the ballot for the April 7 election to recall Mayor Michael Hillman. If Idaho Springs voters decide to recall Hillman, Kowalewski is the only person running to fill the position.

Read more here: www.clearcreekcourant.com/content/mayora...residential-spending
By Corinne Westeman and Deb Hurley Brobst
Tuesday, February 11, 2020

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