Issues

 

crime

 

Reducing Violent Crime in Aurora

Last summer, I had the opportunity to go on a patrol with Aurora police officers in the Northwest part of our city, where Aurora experiences its highest violent crime rates.

 

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transportation

 

Let’s Get Aurora Moving Again

When I am walking door-to-door in neighborhoods all across Aurora, one of the most common complaints I hear about is the growing frustration with traffic congestion.

 

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Growth

 

THE FUTURE OF GROWTH IN AURORA

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the City of Aurora is now the 56th largest city in the United States, with a population of 372,000, while Denver is ranked as the 19th largest city, at 732,000. Denver’s future growth will be limited to controversial redevelopments that squeeze more density into an already crowded city, while Aurora has a land mass slightly larger than Denver’s and about a third of it still undeveloped.

 

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education

 

Education is the Greatest Driver of Economic Development

The reputation of our public schools drives economic development.  Employers want to locate their operations where they can attract the best workforce, and families want to live in communities where they believe the schools will best meet the needs of their children.

 

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