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June 08, 2011 10:02 PM UTC

Hancock Announces Transition Plan

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  • by: Colorado Pols

Denver Mayor-elect Michael Hancock today announced plans for his transition process through the website DenverForward.com:

Mayor-elect Michael Hancock today announced his DenverForward transition, a community-wide invitation to unify Denver, shape the new administration, recruit great leaders and launch his plan for the first 100 days of the new administration.

With just a 40-day transition leading up to the July 18 inauguration, DenverForward will involve families, businesses and neighborhoods from across the city as the mayor-elect prepares to hit the ground running tackling Denver’s major challenges and creating new opportunities.

“My administration will be one that represents all of Denver,” Mayor-elect Hancock said. “So we want to include the entire community in the transition process to ensure our administration and the people of Denver move forward together.”

Business leader and former Denver Office of Economic Development Director John Huggins will lead DenverForward as Chair and Chief Executive Officer. Huggins was chair of Mayor John Hickenlooper’s transition committee in 2003 and Gov. Hickenlooper’s transition committee last year.

Judging from the above picture tweeted by Fox 31’s Eli Stokols, priority #1 might be locating a podium. And maybe a lawnmower.

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  2. to the general public with strict deadlines set.  It should generate some well-qualified applicants.  Most importantly, it represents a breath of fresh air at city hall, away from business as usual.

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