04/2021 Shelley Kaup has lived in Glenwood Springs for 30 years. She has
spent over 17 years serving the community and this is her second term on City
Council. She has a passion for community planning with emphasis on
community strength and efficiency. Shelley earned her B.S. in Civil
Engineering from the University of Colorado in Boulder, and her M.S. in
Sustainable Engineering from Villanova University, Philadelphia, PA. Her work
experience includes design engineer, city plans examiner, construction and small
business manager, and Sustainability/Efficiency consultant. Shelley and her
husband Dale have 3 grown sons. She believes Glenwood Springs is the best place
to live and raise a family. She enjoys hiking the local trails, soaking at the
hot springs and gardening.
04/2023 Tony moved from New York City to Colorado with his family when he was 9 years old. He grew up in Aspen, went to high school there, and then college at C.U. - Boulder where he majored in History. After working in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, Tony went to law school in New York and worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Brooklyn. Returning to Colorado he practiced law in the Roaring Fork Valley and served one term on the Aspen City Council. In 2005 Tony joined the District Attorney’s Office where he continues working today. Tony likes to ski, tries to plays golf and lives here with his two Cairn Terriers: Kasey and Harry.
1st and 3rd Thursday of each month
101 West 8th Street
City Council Chambers
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
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