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Adams County Needs a Change

Hi, I’m Joe Domenico.

I’m a third generation Adams County native, and I’ve lived in Welby my entire life. After a long career at our local King Soopers, I settled into a part-time retirement while continuing to work alongside my brother at our family business. I’m no career politician—but being an active member of our community (I’ve been an elevated official on the Adams County Fire Rescue Board of Directors since 1994) led me to realize that Adams County has been changing rapidly, and not for the better. Changes to county ordinances and bylaws have put a heavy strain on our local businesses, raised taxes, and reduced the safety of our community. So, I decided to do something about it, because I recognize that creating positive change in our county will benefit our citizens for generations to come. I’m dedicated to protecting our businesses, our families, and the citizens that make our small community, a community. I sincerely appreciate your support, and I look forward to serving Adams County.

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Joe Domenico:
American Values, Colorado Roots

Joe Domenico:
American Values, Colorado Roots

Joe Domenico for Adams County Commissioner – District 4

I am a Colorado native born and raised in Welby, where I continue to live today. As one of thirteen children to Ray and Agnes Domenico, I grew up on the family farm my Grandfather originated in 1922, and this year we celebrated our 100 year anniversary on the Farm! After graduating from Mapleton High School I began what would be a 28-year career at King Soopers. At 48 years old I was eligible for early retirement and used that opportunity to enroll into college for the first time. After finishing, I returned to my roots and began working for the family business that my brother now runs. I was proud to be a part of this third generation business that is growing strong. Currently, I am the maintenance engineer for Assumption Catholic Church and School in Welby where I get to serve the community in a different capacity.

Being a lifelong Adams County resident, I want to see the county move in the right direction. A county that is fiscally responsible to enable growth through professionalism allowing the county to attract new businesses which transfers to economic growth and development, benefiting the taxpaying citizens. I am vested in this mission as I am currently serving the county as an elected official to the Adams County Fire Rescue Board of Directors since 1994. As Secretary, Vice President and now Treasurer, I have experience in managing a budget, overseeing a government entity and its workings and most importantly working as a team to bring new ideas and activate programs to better serve Adams County and its citizens.

In my down time I enjoy traveling, golfing and getting to as many Colorado Rockies games as possible with my family.

Together We Can:

Lift the moratorium on fracking, generating revenue for Adams County and allowing our oil workers to make a living.

Place a greater emphasis on supporting Adams County businesses.

Re-negotiate zoning regulations (particularly Adams County’s I3 zoning laws) to allow our local industries to thrive.

Lower taxes for local residents and businesses.

Strengthen and support our law enforcement agencies.

Adams County Key Issues

Issue: Adams County has placed a moratorium on gas/oil extraction.

Solution: Lift the moratorium on fracking, generating revenue for Adams County and allowing our oil workers to make a living.

Adams County is just one piece of our nation’s gas and oil network, but it is a valuable asset for our County and its residents nonetheless—90% of Denver International Airport’s jet fuel is provided by the Adams County business Suncor. As County Commissioner, I’ll lift the moratorium on gas and oil so our residents can get back to work and provide for their families.

Issue: Zoning laws have had devastating effects on our industries.

Solution: Re-negotiate zoning regulations (particularly Adams County’s I3 zoning laws) to allow our local industries to thrive.

Local industries such as gas/oil extractors, trucking companies, and other industrial businesses play a vital role in the Adams County Economy, but they’re currently being crushed under strict zoning laws that limit their capacity to operate effectively. I intend to re-negotiate local zoning ordinances, lifting the burden of our businesses and creating new jobs for our community.

Issue: Adams County businesses are a powerhouse for local and state revenues, but our commissioners don’t support them.

Solution: Place a greater emphasis on supporting Adams County businesses.

Beyond zoning laws, Adams County commissioners simply don’t support local businesses. I’ll make sure that supporting every single one of our businesses becomes a top priority, not only for the future of those businesses but for the families they support.

Issue: Our residents and our families face ever increasing tax rates.

Solution: Lower taxes for local residents and businesses.

Beyond zoning laws, Adams County commissioners simply don’t support local businesses. I’ll make sure that supporting every single one of our businesses becomes a top priority, not only for the future of those businesses but for the families they support.We pay unusually high tax rates, but they simply aren’t being put to good use in Adams County. As your District 4 commissioner, I’ll strive for lower tax rates for residents and businesses. And for any local taxes, we do pay, I’ll make absolutely sure they’re used to support and protect our communities.

Issue: Our police force doesn’t receive the support they need to keep our community safe.

Solution: Strengthen and support our law enforcement agencies.

Our brave men and women in blue put their lives on the line every day to support our community, but the risk they take isn’t reflected in how they’re currently treated. Law enforcement budgets have dropped significantly, and local bail bond providers have seen a 75% reduction in business—this means more criminals are walking our streets. As County Commissioner, I’ll make sure our police force receives the support they deserve, and that our communities are well protected.

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