Cripple Creek played an integral role in the rich heritage of Colorado. The first homesteaders arrived here in the mid-1800s. In 1890, a ranch hand named Bob Womack discovered gold and Cripple Creek changed forever. By 1900, more than 50,000 people called the gold camp home. When the golden era ended in 1918, more than $300 million in gold had been mined in what would be the last great gold rush in North America. By the 1920s, only about 40 mines remained, but two decades later, in the 1940s, the town began to promote itself as a tourist destination, offering visitors a glimpse into the past. In 1991, the town was opened to limited-stakes gaming. Today, the venerable gold camp has reinvented itself as a full-service tourist destination, all the while preserving and showcasing its rich history.
The Mayor and City Council will be meeting at the Heritage Center located at 9283 S. Hwy 67 on Thursday, November 15, 2018, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for the purpose of conducting interviews with the City Administrator finalists. Interviews are not open to the public.
The Mayor and City Council will be hosting a “Meet and Greet” on Wednesday, November 14th, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Heritage Center located at 9283 S. Hwy 67 to introduce our City Administrator finalists. City staff and community members are welcome to attend.
October 22, 2018 – Cripple Creek City Council announces four finalists to be considered for the City of Cripple Creek City Administrator vacancy. The City of Cripple Creek conducted a nationwide search for the City Administrator position. The finalists were selected from a group of thirty-five candidates. The finalists will be invited to the Cripple Creek Heritage Center for a Meet and Greet to which City staff and community members are invited, which will be held on Wednesday, November 14th from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and individuals are welcome to engage with the finalists.
The following day, Thursday, November 15th, the finalists will meet with two interview panels. The interview panels will be composed of the City’s senior leadership teams and City Council.
The finalists are:
Mark Campbell – Mr. Campbell is an Executive Board Member for Colorado Local Government Limited Gaming Impact Commission and has fourteen years of local government experience as City Administrator and Town Manager. Mark most recently was the Town Manager for the Town of Kremmling, Colorado. Campbell is also an alternate for the Executive Boards for both Northwest Colorado Council of Governments and Regional Transportation Coordinating Committee. In addition, Campbell is a member of the Northwest Colorado Economic Development District. Campbell holds a Master of Public Administration with an Economic Development emphasis and a Certificate in Geographic Information Systems from Cleveland State University.
Louis Fineberg – Mr. Fineberg has over fourteen years of local government experience as a Town Manager and as Director of various planning, land use, community and economic development departments. Louis most recently was the Town Manager for the Town of Silverton, Colorado. Fineberg is a member of both the National and New Mexico Chapter of the American Planning Association. In addition, Fineberg is a Certified Floodplain Manager through the New Mexico Floodplain Managers Association. Fineberg holds a Master of City and Regional Planning from Rutgers University.
Isaac (Ike) Holland – Mr. Holland has over seventeen years of local government experience as a Town Administrator, County Assistant Manager and City Administrator. Ike is currently the City Administrator for Willmar, Minnesota. Holland is a member of the International City/County Management Association, Minnesota, Missouri and Colorado City/County Managers Association, and the Colorado Emergency Management Association. In addition, Holland is a Certified Emergency Manager. Holland holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Colorado.
Susan Parker – Ms. Parker has over fifteen years of local government experience as a Town Administrator, Town Manager, City Administrator and Assistant City Manager, while having an additional four years of local government experience in Emergency Communications and Animal Control. Susan most recently was the Town Administrator for the Town of Sunset Beach, North Carolina and immediately preceding that position was the Town Manager for the Town of Crested Butte, CO. Parker is a member of the International City/County Management Association, North Carolina City/County Management Association, and the North Carolina Municipal League. Parker holds a Master of Public Affairs and Public Administration from the University of Wisconsin.
Questions related to this Public Notice can be directed to Carol Stotts, Human Resources/Risk Management Director for the City of Cripple Creek at 719-689-3469 or email@example.com.
Due to changes implemented by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the Cripple Creek Police Department (CSPD) will no longer offer non-criminal fingerprint services to the general public after October 20, 2018. Click to download more information
increasing number of issues created between property owners and renters has prompted the implementation of a policy change.
Beginning January 2016 as the requests for tenant address changes are received, the monthly utility billing will remain in the property owner’s name whom is ultimately the responsible party. All utility charges will be mailed to the property owner. While the renter may pay the utility bill, it will be the property owner’s responsibility to notify the renter of the charges.
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