Impressive Applicants Considered for Montrose Council

Aug 6th @ 10:13 am in News by Scott Staley

City of Montrose

(Montrose, CO)

All three applicants vying for a seat on the Montrose City Council would bring different strengths to the dais and now it’s up to the current Council to decide which person will be the best fit for the Council and community. 

V. Rae Frank is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in sales and marketing online with Jones International University.  She also has 3-decades of experience in real estate and development and has served on the Board of various Homeowners’ Associations.  She has lived in Montrose for 4-years.

Doug Glaspell has a B.S. degree in Business Administration.  He’s a veteran Trophy Club, Texas City Councilor where he served 4-terms.  Wickipedia states that ‘Trophy Club is an affluent town located in Denton and Tarrant Counties in Texas. It is a wealthy northern suburb of the city of Fort Worth and is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.’  Glaspell says he spent 29-years in IBM construction management and that he is interested in the future of Montrose and its successful growth and expansion.   He is a current member of various Boards and the City Planning Commission.

David Romero is a 1993 graduate of Mesa State College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology.  He has 7-years experience as a State Probation Officer and has spent the past 7-years working as a Probation Supervisor in Delta and Gunnison counties.  Romero says he has lived in Montrose 37 years, almost his entire life and that he wants to help the community in a number of ways.

Montrose City Clerk Lisa Delpiccolo says the current Council will conduct interviews tonight during the Work Session and make their choice as soon as the Regular Session begins.

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Whoever is chosen will fill out the remainder of the vacant term which expires in April, 2014.