As JeffCo prepares to welcome the new renewable energy industrial park, it’s important to recognize that this was made possible by a public-private partnership.
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As JeffCo prepares to welcome the new renewable energy industrial park, it’s important to recognize that this was made possible by a public-private partnership. This collaboration among NREL, the state of Colorado, Jefferson County, Jeffco Open Space, Jeffco EDC and other partners will attract thousands of better-paying jobs and ensure our county is a global hub for renewable energy R &D. It will also advance a career-ready workforce through partnerships with our K-12 schools and higher education.
During her tenure as county commissioner, Lesley Dahlkemper has been instrumental in advocating for and promoting these partnerships.
I support Lesley in her re-election campaign, she is a strong leader who prioritizes job creation and economic development while championing renewable and clean energy alternatives.
Liz Geisleman, Arvada
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