Honoring Edgewater Mayor Bonnie McNulty

Mayor Bonnie McNulty (center) conversing with Edgewater residents at the latest Coffee and Conversations

Mayor Bonnie McNulty (center) conversing with Edgewater residents at one of her many Coffee and Conversations

Because of term limits, Mayor Bonnie McNulty is in the final month of her term as Edgewater Mayor. Unopposed Mayor Candidate Kristian Teegardin shared the following comments about Mayor McNulty at a candidate coffee a few weeks ago and we thought we would post it.

Over the past forty-two years, Bonnie McNulty has been an influential leader in the development of foster-care in the State of Colorado. Bonnie was certified as a foster-parent from 1965 through 1992 and had a licensed child-placement agency from 1985 through 2002. Bonnie has also served or is currently serving on countless public and private committees, groups and organizations, most notably:

  • Member, Colorado State Institutional Abuse Team
  • Member/President, Colorado State Foster Parent Association
  • Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), Jefferson/Gilpin Counties
  • Co-Chair and Treasurer, Child Placement Agency Network
  • Board of Directors and Vice President, National Foster Parents Association, Region VIII

As Mayor of Edgewater, Bonnie has transitioned in a new form of government and new Councils. She has formed and maintained regional, county, and state relationships as President of Jefferson County Board of Health, Member of the Jefferson County Audit Committee and Senior Resource Advisory Committee. Bonnie has represented Edgewater on the Urban Drainage Flood Control District and Metro Mayors Caucus. Finally, Bonnie has been married for over fifty years and has four children, not counting her foster kids!

When you see Mayor Bonnie around town, make sure you thank her for her great service to Edgewater!

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