Eagle town candidate Q&A: Liz Spetnagel
Age: 40Seven-year resident of valleySix-year resident of Eagle, Eagle RanchOccupation: Acupuncturist, Edwards Chiropractic and Holistic Care Center in EagleEducation: B.A. Asian Studies, Vassar College; M.S. Oriental Medicine, Meiji College of Oriental Medicine
Spetnagel is a fourth generation Colorado native.
Appropriate and sustainable growth, both in residential and commercial areas.
Not at this time. Likely to detract from the existing character of the town and the future vision of Eagle as described in the recent Eagle Area Community Plan.
No more development due to the area being critical to wildlife movement.
To the extent that it is appropriate other governmental entities. Prefer a bond issue to directly address the town’s needs over ones that help to finance questionable development.
Need more information about the current problems. Would rather find way to address inappropriate motorized traffic through the area than completely close the area to all motorized vehicles.
Demonstrating a commitment to old Eagle in general and downtown specifically by sprucing up Broadway.
I would have planned better for the currently much-needed improvements in roadways. There seems to be a sense of surprise that more homes equals more people in cars.
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Are we seeing more bears because there are more bears on the valley floor, or because we’re all spending more time at home? It could be a bit of both.