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City Council appoints Amador to Ward I Council Seat Andrew Amador will serve until nov. 5, 2013 general election

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City Council appoints Amador to Ward I Council Seat  Andrew Amador will serve until nov. 5, 2013 general election

COMMERCE CITY, COLO. – City Council appointed Andrew Amador to serve as the new Ward I City Council member tonight. Amador replaces Mayor Pro Tem Dominick Moreno, who resigned from his seat Jan. 7, 2013 following his election to the Colorado General Assembly.

 

 

Selected from three candidates, Amador serves until the next organizational meeting of the City Council, which will be held following the Nov. 5, 2013 general election. He receives a monthly compensation of approximately $843, a $5,000 life insurance policy and $5 annual recreation center membership.

 

A native of Commerce City, Amador is a licensed architect and owner of A4rchitecture, a small business that provides project management and architectural services to a variety of metro Denver development projects. Since 2008, he has served as an alternate member to the city’s Board of Adjustment. An alumna of the University of Colorado, Amador has a master’s of architecture and a bachelor’s in environmental design. He also is active in the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and the CU Letterman’s Club.

 

“I’m really honored to represent the residents of Ward I and look forward to working with my council colleagues to advance the city’s goals,” said Amador.

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