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Posted on: April 3, 2014

Two new members, two incumbents elected to Town Council

Two new members will join Castle Rock Town Council, and two incumbents will return to their seats, after Tuesday’s election.

George Teal will be the new representative for District 6, which includes Plum Creek, Crystal Valley Ranch, The Lanterns and Heckendorf Ranch. He earned 696 votes to challenger Andrew Nemeth’s 86, David Hickey’s 388 and Matt Werner’s 377.

Brett J. Ford will represent District 7, which includes Castlewood Ranch and portions of Founders Village. He garnered 385 votes, beating out Max Brooks, who received 316 votes.

Meanwhile, Councilwomen Jennifer Green and Renee Valentine will return to Council for second terms.

Green represents District 3, which includes Red Hawk and a portion of The Meadows. She earned 742 votes to challenger Jennifer B. Bennett’s 286, Gordon C. Rollins’s 95 and Stephen Muller’s 163.

Valentine represents District 5, which includes Escavara and Castle Oaks. She earned 567 votes, beating out Floyd Bacon, with 275 votes, and Charles Fletcher III, with 229 votes.

The new and reelected Councilmembers will be sworn in at the April 15 Council meeting. Green, Valentine and Ford will serve four-year terms, expiring in April 2018. Teal will fill the remainder of resigning Councilman Clark Hammelman’s term, which expires in April 2016.

Green manages global offers and contracts in the communications industry, and Valentine is a broker/owner with Keller Williams Real Estate. Both first were elected to Council in 2011.

Teal has been a Castle Rock resident since 1998 and presently lives in Crystal Valley Ranch. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Northern Colorado and runs his own software project management consulting business. He is married with two children.

Ford moved to Town in 2005 and lives in Castlewood Ranch Estates. He holds an executive MBA from the University of Colorado and works in financial services. He is married with three children.

In all, 4,605 ballots were returned in the four districts, representing a voter turnout of about 25 percent.

At the April 15 Council meeting, Council will appoint members to be Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem for the next two years.

All Council meetings begin at 6 p.m. in Council Chambers at Town Hall, 100 N. Wilcox St., Or, watch Council meetings live online at

Questions regarding the election can be directed to Town Clerk Sally Misare, 303-660-1367

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