If you shortchange the public’s input it quickly becomes evident at a Public Hearing. Most Boards and Commissions ask if you included the public in your planning process, and you can count on the public to tell them if you indeed have – or if they felt their input was ignored.
The public’s influence in the development review process should never be underestimated. Guman firmly advocates that anyone who has this level of influence should also be regarded as a stakeholder, and is vital to the success of any development proposal.
As a former Architectural Review Board member for the City of Colorado Springs, City Planning Commissioner, Regional Building Commissioner, and a twice-elected City Councilman, Bill Guman knows from firsthand experience what those who have the authority to approve a development proposal want to see before casting their vote.
Guman uses the knowledge acquired from two decades of public service in working successfully at the highest level with entities that have the jurisdiction to decide whether or not a project will move forward.”