Bill Pitts Running for Re-Election
KREX News Room
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.- Tuesday, Grand Junction Mayor Bill Pitts announced his re-election run.
Pitts has served on the Grand Junction City Council for the past four years. He's hoping to extend his tenure for the at-large seat he currently holds.
The local realtor cited some of the city's past accomplishments, such as the new building at Suplizio Field, the new Police Department, and the 29 Road bridge project as reasons for re-election.
"I just love what I'm doing. We've accomplished a lot of things in the past four years. There are many challenges that lie ahead in the next four years and I want to be a part of it," explained Pitts.
He also said there are many projects in line for 2013 that he'd like to help move forward, such as improvements for the Parks and Recreation department.
Pitts is currently Education Chairman and President of the National Council of Real Estate Exchangers.
Grand Junction's city council election is in April.