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Dacono
City Council

Richard Baker

Candidate photoAge: 69

Party: Non-partisan race

Education: High school graduate; two years of college classes pertaining to law

Occupation: RTD bus operator/transit tech; former law enforcement officer

Civic experience: Dacono Sanitation Board
Dacono City Council

Personal: Married for 22 years; grown children

Ronald Koger

Candidate photoAge: 66

Party: Non-partisan race

Education: Adams County High School in Commerce City

Occupation: Security officer

Civic experience: Seven years on Dacono City Council
Seven years on the board of directors of the Carbon Valley Recreation District

Personal: Three daughters; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren

Tom McCune

Candidate photoAge: 56

Party: Non-partisan race

Education: High school; some college classes

Occupation: Overseeing custodial departments at Front Range Community College, Westminster, and the Westminster Public Library

Civic experience: Recently served on Dacono Planning Commission and Dacono Variance Board

Personal: Wife Sharyl; two sons, Brandon, 20, and Kyle, 17

Charles Sigman

Candidate photoAge: 28

Party: Non-partisan race

Education: Graduate of Frederick High School

Occupation: Sam's Club employee for seven years; owned construction company for one year

Civic experience: None

Personal: Wife Shannon; two children, Haylee, 6, and Charlie, 2

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I know Thomas McCune nearly all my life. He was brother number four in our family. I am brother number one. Tom has always shown concern for people most of his life. He has spoken many times to us by phone or over the internet about all the concerns he has for the City of Dacono and its future. He reminds us here in Iowa of the fact that Dacono is one of the fastest growing city in the county. Tom will tell you that if you want to complain about something, then do something to help change it. Tommy is a doer and not a slacker. He is a good candidate for Dacono City Government. Signed, his big brother, Garry W. McCune (Ret. Iowa Police Officer)
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Growth on the minds of Dacono's City Council candidates
DACONO — “Growth” is the word that best sums up what’s on the minds of candidates for the Dacono City Council and mayor’s seat. And proper management of the changes the city is experiencing is what they are all pledging to do if elected.
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