The Town of Vail has changed procedures. Don't loose your seat at the table!

Read on to make sure you can vote in the important upcoming Town Council election.

Vail Homeowners Association
October 15, 2013
Town of Vail 2013 Town Council Election
VHA Online Candidate Election Forum

The Vail Homeowners Association gives Vail Town Council candidates the opportunity to provide written answers "in their own words" to questions gathered from members of the community. Each candidate's responses are posted on the Association's website. Click on the candidates listed below and see the answers they have submitted to date. We'll send you additional updates as the campaign proceeds.


Sounia Nejad Chaney

 Dave Chapin

Meighen Lovelace - See responses 10/7/13

 Greg Moffet

 Susie Tjossem


VHA's questions address the candidates' qualifications as well as their views on issues important to Vail's voters and property owners. The first 6 of 15 questions are listed here:
  1. In what neighborhood do you live and how long have you resided in the community; are you a residential property and/or business owner and do you belong to any community or homeowner organizations? If so, which ones?
  2. What are your qualifications and have you served on any committees or Boards of the Town of Vail or any other municipal or county government? If so, which ones? Are you or have you been a contracted service vendor to the Town of Vail? Explain.
  3. Are you for or against the development of a commercial event center or similar type of commercial facility at the Vail Golf Course Clubhouse building? Why?
  4. Are you for or against maintaining the protective covenants that were established at the beginning of Vail? Why?
  5. Were you for or against the Solaris project? Why?
  6. What is your vision for the redevelopment of Vail Village, Lionshead and the West Vail Commercial Center?...  See all the questions.


This November 5th, Vail's registered voters will decide who will fill four of the seven seats on the Vail Town Council. With Vail's limited population of registered voters, every vote counts. Early voting begins October 24th and continues thru November 1st.  


Due to changes in the state's election laws, the Town of Vail no longer automatically mails ballots to all voters who had previously requested to vote by mail. We encourage you to verify that you are registered to vote and to request a mail-in ballot now if you do not plan to vote at the polls. Completed requests for mail-in ballots must be received by October 25th.
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