Small-business owner John Miquel has officially launched his campaign for Centennial City Council in the city’s far-eastern District 4.
“I have served my community for many years and I would be honored to continue that service as a member of the Centennial City Council,” he said.
Miquel has experience in business, community service and higher education, and has served on multiple charitable organization and corporate boards.
Since moving to Centennial, he has coached and judged mock trial competitions for Colorado high school, college, and law-school teams and has served as a member of the Colorado State University’s Extension Advisory Committee for Arapahoe County.
Miquel also has his own law practice and has taught as an adjunct professor of litigation at Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver.
“Centennial is a great place to live, play and raise a family,” the candidate said. “I will work to preserve our neighborhoods and open spaces and to keep the quality of life they provide, while fostering appropriate development and redevelopment. I believe in smart growth and will make transportation and better infrastructure a priority.”
Miquel and his wife, Lesley, reside in the Piney Creek neighborhood with their two young children.
For more information, visit johnmiquel.com
Election Day is Nov. 7.
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