Tearing at the Fabric of Loveland
Loveland to me has truly been a land of love. When I moved here and started my little photography business 10 years ago, I found support and encouragement here that I didn’t find even in neighboring towns. I was a registered Democrat until a few months ago when I got fed up with the two-party system altogether and switched to unaffiliated. I see voters of both parties holding to their party label rather than actually thinking about the people running under those labels, and what those people are doing.
When I see our “Democrat” mayor ask the IRS to look into the McWhinney boys, it sounds a lot like someone asking the Ukraine to look into the Biden boy. When I see a “Fort Collins” committee touting transparency, yet refusing to disclose their finances to this city (while only running nonsense attack ads that affect our city) it looks like the stuff both Democrats and Republicans lambast each other for.
I see the our Mayor so vehemently defend Downtown Loveland (where she lives) that it’s becoming clear she doesn’t really care about your quality of life if you live in the rest of Loveland. This is tearing at the very fabric of Loveland—turning Loveland into a fight of downtown vs east and west; a fight of democrat vs Republican; a fight of citizens vs business… as if we’re not all here in the same community together.
This truly has been the Land of Love, and the “dark underbelly” the Mayor is claiming to expose will prove to be warm and fuzzy. But don’t take my word for it. Take the time to meet the McWhinneys, to watch the local candidate debate or attend their meet-and-greets. Attend the Chamber’s Leadership Loveland program and see for yourself what’s going on. I encourage you to shake off the party labels and form your own opinions. John Fogle and Kathi Wright sport opposing party labels. Yet they are both caring, smart, and happy to work together in the best interests of all of Loveland. They are who will repair the community when elected.
Co-Owner, The Gressiwick
(From 2019 Campaign)
Support John Fogle for Ward III
Loveland voters in Ward III have the opportunity to return John Fogle to another term on City Council. While I am not a resident of Ward III, I know John personally and believe he is someone that has always worked hard for the betterment of Loveland. He is someone that takes the time to understand and educate himself on the issues that come before Council and then takes an informed approach. He has demonstrated great leadership in helping to bring municipal broadband to Loveland and has been an avid supporter of the efforts to help revitalize the downtown. John has also been supportive of the City’s investments in human services and housing affordability. John’s experience from his work with the National League of Cities, his community service work with the Loveland Rotary, the historical perspective he brings as a person who grew up in Loveland, all contribute to why I would encourage your support of John Fogle.
(From 2019 Campaign)
Fogle Has Loveland's Best Interests at Heart
I wish to voice my personal support for John Fogle’s reelection to City Council. For the past 16 months, I have served on the Loveland Communications Advisory Board, where Councilor Fogle has been a fixture as the city moves toward creating a municipal fiber-optic network.
I have come to admire John for his passion for the project, for his extensive technical expertise, and for his impressive knowledge of the broader trends and political issues that apply. Indeed, his hard work and advocacy have been critical in making Loveland Pulse a reality. There is still much to do and it is clear that John will be of great value in getting us over the finish line.
Having worked over 20 years in information technology, it is clear to me that access to fast, reliable internet is critical not only to Loveland’s relevance as a city but to the relevance of our citizenry as earners, service providers, students, educators, employers, influencers, and individuals on the global stage. John Fogle understands this and I have no doubt that beyond broadband, John has Loveland’s best interests at heart.
(From 2019 Campaign)
Fogle Has Been a Steady, Consistent Leader
It has been my privilege to get to know Loveland City Councilman John Fogle’s commitment to municipal service over the last several years working with the National Caucus of Republican Mayors and City Council Members. He has been a steady and consistent leader the people of Loveland can be proud of — he represents your community beautifully on the national stage as a member of both the National League of Cities and Community Leaders of America.
America could use more men like John Fogle helping make their communities stronger.
Keep up the good work, Loveland.
Timothy J. Barnes
President - Community Leaders of America
(From 2019 Campaign)
Vote Clark, Fogle, Starr, Ball and Overcash
There have been many comments about the Realtors’ selection of City Council and mayoral candidates. I am proud to say that we Realtors are involved in every entity of this wonderful city of Loveland. This is our home, place of business and where our friends and family reside and raise their families. We choose our candidates by how well they have done with city operations and how the candidates will help this city sustain.
Growth is good but does not help our bottom line. If growth stops, our competition dwindles and prices will increase so our business still flourishes. Builders will just move to a community close to our city. Loveland’s commerce and tax base will dwindle also. Maintaining this city will also become almost impossible without taxes. If the voters do not select wisely you may not hurt our business but you will harm those people we care about and the city we love. Vote for Clark, Fogle, Starr, Ball and Overcash.
(From 2019 Campaign)
Fogle is Dependable and Trustworthy
We have known and worked with John Fogle for more than 35 years. Out of that experience, we enthusiastically endorse his reelection as a city councilor.
John’s catchphrase for this election is “Experience matters,” and his experience is clearly a strength. But what matters even more to us is that he is a man of integrity with strong moral principles and core values. If you want thoughtful, dependable and trustworthy people in local government, join us in supporting John Fogle’s reelection.
Robert and Sylvia Dooling
(From 2019 Campaign)
Vote for Clark, Fogle and Overcash
It is with appreciation and optimism that I write this letter of recommendation for Dave Clark for mayor, and John Fogle and Don Overcash for re-election as Loveland city councilors. All three have been elected before as they are leaders, which Loveland needs right now.
We have recently seen, on repeated occasions, the current leadership is not working and is creating dysfunction among all levels of government — leadership, council and staff. We need a change, and we have the right people on the ballot to get this accomplished.
Dave Clark has continued to show his great support for the community of Loveland in many ways, for many years. As a long-time businessman in Loveland, Dave understands the issues and knows how to get things done.
Don Overcash has served the community on a variety of special issues and is a repeat contributor in our nonprofit community. Don is a voice of reason and someone that puts community first, agendas second.
John Fogle stands tall for the issues that affect the city and has the foresight and wisdom to be a bulldog when needed. The issue of broadband is one example that will have generational change for the current and future citizens of Loveland.
Dave and John served on The Foundry negotiations committee for a number of years, and I enjoyed working through many difficult issues with him as well as the whole council. The Foundry is the largest public/private partnership in almost two decades, and it will seed downtown for decades to come. Seeing this project at its completion is a great example of how public/private partnerships can and should work.
Dave Clark will be an outstanding mayor for the city of Loveland, as well as Don and John as re-elected city councilors. I am proud endorse them in these respective roles.
(From 2019 Campaign)
John Fogle has earned the privilege to be re-elected
As an active and long-time volunteer, including my current service on the Loveland Communications Advisory Board (LCAB), I understand the value of volunteering. That value comes at the cost of hard work, personal sacrifices and sometimes criticism. John Fogle understands this too. In John’s case, his service as councilman to the voters and residents of Loveland has been enhanced by his volunteer participation elsewhere, including his volunteer service on the National League of Cities and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Beginning in 2017, I got to know John well. The voters and residents of Loveland have benefited greatly from John’s passionate, in-depth understanding of technology and the related issues (as well as trade-offs).
In John’s own words, “I took on broadband as my personal ‘windmill’ and set out to collect the information necessary to bring Loveland up to 21st century standards.” With that commitment and subsequent dedication, he helped put the necessary process in place to ensure Loveland broadband deployment will happen.
John Fogle deserves to be re-elected to the Loveland City Council. As a private citizen, I unequivocally endorse his re-election.
Richard A. Bilancia
and former chair of LCAB
(From 2019 Campaign)
Fogle and Wright Are Voices of Reason
In a community that seems to be full of voices who are yelling at each other, calling names, and more concerned about being heard than listening, John Fogle and Kathi Wright are both working hard to make (and keep) Loveland a great place to live.
I am happy to endorse John Fogle for City Council in Ward 3, and Kathi Wright for Mayor. They are thoughtful and reasonable, and they care about Loveland deeply. That is the kind of leadership that we need.
John Fogle's tenacious work on bringing fiber optic municipal broadband to Loveland is exemplary of the kind of work he has done on council. John has put in countless hours working to bring Loveland into the 21st century, even when it wasn't understood or supported by some other members of council. Without his determination and tech-savvy, we wouldn't be moving forward on this very important issue.
And, we still need John Fogle's leadership on council to ensure that wise decisions are made as we move into this next phase of implementing municipal broadband.
Kathi Wright is kind and caring. She is thoughtful and tenacious. Her steadfast work as executive director for the boys and girls club of Larimer County created a safe space for thousands of youth to grow up in our community.
Kathi is the kind of leader that we can count on to listen and work as a team with the rest of council (regardless of who that is), with the business community, and with all of the citizens of Loveland.
Please vote. And when you do, choose reasonable thoughtful leaders, who are collaborative, not divisive.
We need to work together for the betterment of ALL of Loveland!
(From 2019 Campaign)
John Fogle is a Driving Force
I probably pay more attention to politics than most other people who hate it. But, as an entrepreneur, it’s essential. Political decisions can make or break my business.
(From 2019 Campaign)
John Fogle Has Represented Us Well
I have known John Fogle for 25 years as a friend, Rotarian, businessman and someone who deeply cares about the Loveland community. He has been an outstanding city councilor and has represented us well, putting citizens ahead of partisan politics. He has been a huge supporter of both education and public safety. In 2018 he recognized the importance of Thompson School District passing a mill and bond levy and supported postponing the city’s need to pass a sales tax increase. John has devoted countless hours as a board member of the Loveland Fire Rescue Authority.
I admire John’s courage in taking issues head-on. He doesn’t ignore or pretend there aren’t opposing positions and wades right into arguments on social media or in person. Issues have been studied and he knows what he is talking about when he presents his view with arguments being backed up with facts and research. When opposition makes a valid point, John accepts it as helpful to moving forward and adjusts his approach accordingly. He wants the right thing to happen for the right reason.
(From 2019 Campaign)
John Fogle Understand the Issues and Knows How to Get Things Done
It is with appreciation and optimism that I write this letter of recommendation for JOHN FOGLE for CITY COUNCIL.
John has continued to show his great support for the community of Loveland in many ways, for many years. As a long-time businessman and entrepreneur in Loveland, John understands the issues and knows how to get things done.
John (and Dave Clark) served on “The Foundry negotiations committee” for a number of years and I enjoyed working through many difficult issues with him as well as the whole council. The Foundry is the largest public/private partnership in almost 2 decades, and will seed downtown for decades to come. Seeing this project at It’s completion is a great example of how public/private partnerships can and should work.
John Fogle will continue to be an outstanding city councilor for the City of Loveland, and we endorse him in this role.
(From 2019 Campaign)
Fogle is and Integral Member of National League of Cities
John Fogle has been an active and integral member of the National League of Cities, Information, Technology, and Communications Committee. I had the pleasure of serving by his side for a number of years working on issues around broadband deployment, wireless siting, franchising and a many other critical issues that face our cities.
John is a leader in protecting our citizens through his Truth-in-Advertising resolutions and policy statements. He also is a champion of municipal broadband networks, informing and inspiring the Committee on the challenges faced in planning and implementing a municipal broadband network in Loveland.
He has been willing to be at the forefront of difficult and necessary conversations with communications Industry representatives, always representing the best interests of cities and its citizens. Most of all, John is a friend. He has the highest level of integrity and is a model of class and reliability.
Councilmember, Lenexa, Kansas
Past-Chair - National League of Cities, Information, Technology and Communications Committee
Acting Chair - Federal Communications Commission, Intergovernmental Advisory Committee (IAC) (2011 - 2019)
Voting Member - Federal Communications Commission, Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee (BDAC) (2017 - 2018) and Chair of the Rates and Fees Ad Hoc Committee
John Fogle is an honest man who puts Loveland’s interests first
I’m 75 years old now and not long on letter writing. I want to give an example of what kind of man John Fogle is.
In about 2004 I had a problem with a 2002 GMC Duramax diesel I purchased from John’s GMC dealership. I purchased an extended warranty policy from a salesman at his business. The truck broke down in Fort Nelson, Canada, while on vacation. The insurance company would not cover the expense for the repair.
I walked into the dealership with a bill of the repair well over $1,500 and asked a person in the office if I could speak with the owner. I had called the business earlier and gave a brief on my problem to an employee.
I heard a voice out from the back room, which was John Fogle, say, “Give this man this check I wrote out for the coast of the full repair, and I will deal with this insurance company myself.”
I have never broken bread with John Fogle but have spoken with him many times on issues involving Loveland and never have I saw him without a smile. I don’t like politics. I judge the man, not the labels. I believe John is a solid, honest man and definitely has Loveland’s interest upfront always, and that he is a smart, experienced man. You might want to talk to him and check him out before you vote for another City Council candidate if anyone is running against him.
Ray Steele Sr.
(From 2019 Campaign)
Realtors Association Endorses Fogle
The Loveland-Berthoud Association of REALTORS® is pleased to announce its endorsements for the 2019 Loveland City Council election:
- Mayor – Dave Clark
- Ward 1 – Rich Ball and Rob Malloy
- Ward II – Nita Starr
- Ward III – John Fogle
- Ward IV – Don Overcash
The decision to support these candidates is based on their answers to real estate-related questions on topics ranging from housing affordability to growth and economic development.
Robert Walkowicz, Chair
Loveland-Berthoud Association of REALTORS®
(From 2019 Campaign)
With Loveland City Council candidates, qualifications and experience matter
The citizens of Loveland are fortunate that so many people care about our community and are willing to serve in various meaningful capacities. This year, for example, there are several declared candidates for City Council. Loveland voters have a choice and must take their responsibility seriously. Voters need to learn the backgrounds of each candidate in order to determine whether they are suitably qualified and experienced.
I have watched many City Council meetings and have learned that the issues that come before council are complicated. Just caring about Loveland is not enough. Councilors do spend countless hours outside of council meetings doing their homework. They usually serve on other committees and attend most community events where they engage their constituents and garner their feedback.
The incumbents running for re-election in their respective wards: John Fogle, Rich Ball and Don Overcash have earned the right to represent us. Our community has benefited from their vision, leadership and proven track records. Take a walk around downtown Loveland and see firsthand the accomplishments of our city staff, private enterprise and this council. A few examples of these improvements include the Rialto Theater Center, The Foundry, the Desk Chair, Artworks, Artspace and the Pulliam building, none of which happened on their own.
Progress and improvements require a genuine spirit of collaboration and compromise. Fortunately, for most of the council, this is the climate we have now. You can continue to build on this momentum by voting for the incumbent in your ward. Qualifications and experience do matter. I would also encourage Loveland voters to vote for Dave Clark for mayor. Dave has the respect of the business community, the ability to lead City Council and the qualifications to oversee Loveland’s bright future.
(From 2019 Campaign)
Engaged, Thoughtful, and Well-Informed
I’m writing to endorse John Fogle for re-election to Loveland’s City Council for Ward III. I worked with John on Loveland’s broadband campaign for more than four years, and found him to be smart, engaged and thoughtful. He’s extraordinarily well connected, works hard for Loveland, and speaks his mind. He says what he means, and means what he says.
Loveland needs John’s continuing service on Council to help guide Pulse Broadband to success, but his involvement with Loveland’s future is much broader. He’s well-informed about all the important issue that our City faces, including transportation, the Arts, downtown redevelopment, and especially budget matters. One of government’s most important responsibilities is to prepare for the future. That includes knowing what’s happening in our region, our state, and nationally. We’re fortunate to have a Councilor who dedicates the time required keep up with all that.
John has shown himself to be a moderate conservative, whose political beliefs inform his thinking but don’t interfere with sound, practical decisions. He also maintains the correct and appropriate distinctions between Council’s role and the responsibilities of our City Manager and staff. His record and experience strongly justify returning him to Council. Please support John with your votes and contributions.
(From 2019 Campaign)
John Fogle Committed to the People of Loveland
John Fogle’s expertise will be key in development of municipal broadband I have known John Fogle for a number of years and worked closely with him on the recent broadband initiative in Loveland.
John was a relentless supporter of municipal broadband. He had the vision to imagine the enormous future benefits for our community. As other council members struggled to separate their personal beliefs from the broadband decision, John was always clear that he was backing it for the benefit of the people of Loveland.
Originally, I was opposed to municipal broadband, but my association with John, and subsequent study and thought, made me into an ardent supporter. During this time, John’s support was steadfast, but he was always open to additional information and discussion.
I don’t always agree with John, but his commitment to the people of Loveland, his innate intelligence and his drive have earned my respect and support.
With John’s broadband experience and as a member of the National League of Cities Information and Communication Committee, he is a key person to guide the development of Loveland’s municipal broadband and the rollout of advanced 4/5G technologies into our community.
I personally support John for his third term as Ward III council member and hope you will also.
Richard F. Toftness
A Proven Track Record
I am supporting John Fogle’s bid for re-election to the Loveland City Council. He has a proven track record of working to make Loveland a great place to live, work, and play. He has been willing to expend the time and energy necessary to be an effective representative on the City Council.
The countless hours he has spent on the Board of the Downtown Development Authority Board has been crucial in bringing “The Foundry” project downtown to fruition.
The amount of time he has spent in getting the City’s Broadband project, “Pulse,” moving is phenomenal. His support for upgrading our infrastructure has resulted in an expansion of our Water Treatment Plant, Wastewater Treatment Plant, and I-25 lane expansion projects. As the City Council Liaison to the Cultural Services Board, he has been very supportive of the Museum Expansion project.
His tenure on the Loveland Fire Rescue Authority Board demonstrates his interest in maintaining our high quality Public Safety Services. Please join me in supporting John Fogle for Ward 3 City Council re-election.
John Fogle achieves outstanding results
Three years ago, I said John Fogle has proven to be a good steward of city finances. During the past intervening three years I have continued to serve on a variety city related task forces, the Historic Preservation Commission and now chair of the Loveland Downtown Partnership. John consistently presents opportunities and concepts that save the citizens of Loveland money and improve our quality of life. John’s attention to the macro and micro issues within our city is making Loveland a community we will be proud to be a part of today and for our future.
Without any reservations I wholeheartedly endorse Councilman John Fogle for city council. Time after time I have witnessed his ability to be a good steward with Loveland’s finances and achieve outstanding infrastructure results all for the betterment of the residents of Loveland.
John Fogle epitomizes leadership
I respect every member of the Loveland City Council. When it comes to the position of mayor, the unselfishness and dedication of the three candidates is very obvious.
I strongly support John Fogle for mayor. The key reason is based on the importance of having a belief in principle over personality. I’ve observed how John Fogle consistently raises the bar by having his decisions always based on principle versus personality. I also admire and respect Larry Heckel, because he is a principle-based individual who taught me to be better at what I do in business decades ago, when I failed to honor him as a buyer.
However, I support John Fogle because of his business experience, Loveland City Council experience and, equally important, because he is strongly supported by Mayor Cecil Gutierrez, who has done such a marvelous job as mayor for all of us, inmy opinion.
Perhaps one of the reasons is Mayor Gutierrez’s his military service and being a teacher. He became a chief warrant officer in the United States Army. As a former Marine and a veteran of Vietnam, I have much respect for warrant officers. The combination of the experience gained while an enlisted soldier with the responsibility of becoming a warrant officer delivers incredible wisdom and experience, The mayor fully supports John Fogle.
John Fogle epitomizes leadership that comes from a diverse career background. His ability to sum up and articulate the outcomes that serve the community, businesses, individuals and groups are very holistic; while solidifying what the city of Loveland stands for, and honoring the importance of positive growth, growth that serves everyone.
This is a very important election, Not voting is an act of self-robbery.
John Fogel Represents Our Whole Community
John Fogel is a longtime Loveland resident who knows our community and has a clear and reasonable vision for growth while preserving the quality of life we enjoy. John has shown his leadership qualities as city councilor since 2011 and this past year as mayor pro-tem. He has repeatedly shown his dedication to the city and in keeping Loveland vibrant with his support of the historic downtown and redevelopment efforts. He also understands the need for diverse revenue centers across the entire city and the need for infrastructure improvements.
I have worked directly with John on the Historic Preservation Commission, which he serves as council liaison, and have found him to be insightful, thoughtful, and a visionary. He is a down to earth, get straight to the point type of man that I respect and we need as major. I urge everyone to vote for John Fogel for mayor. He will represent our whole community well.
Loveland Historic Preservation Commissioner
Fogle Will Keep Loveland on Right Path for the Future
I am writing in support of John Fogle. I have had the privilege to meet and listen to all three candidates for mayor. They all have a passion on how they wish to represent Loveland, but one stood out more than the others. Loveland is a very diverse city and has many aspects that need to be considered when making decisions. While the other two candidates have a strong belief in their particular interests, there is only one that has his focus on all areas of our community that are of importance. That person is John Fogle.
If you wish to have a mayor that represents all of us, John is definitely that person. Help keep Loveland on the right path for the future of our community.
Vote John Fogle for mayor.
Fogle Will Tackle The Real Issues
The choice is pretty clear in two races for City Council this year, mayor and Ward II. I want individuals representing us who are hard workers and have the interest of Loveland at heart. I don’t appreciate those who waste their time, and ours, perpetrating “contrived controversies.” I want problem solving visionaries as our leaders. I support candidates who can articulate their vision, goals and objectives for the future of our city. If all you can tell me is what you are “against,” or just regurgitate national political dogma, then you will not receive my support.
I will be voting for John Fogle for mayor because he has demonstrated his dedication to keeping all of Loveland vibrant. He has spent the past several years on the Board of the Downtown Development Authority, working hard to make downtown the thriving “Heart” of Loveland. John also understands the need for diverse revenue generating centers across the entire city, not just downtown. His support for infrastructure upgrades is documented.
Being a member of the Loveland Fire Rescue Authority Board is a testament to his interest in public safety. It was his idea to authorize a 5 percent “over hire” for the Police Department so they could stay ahead of filling positions when they occurred.
KathiWright is a proven dynamic civic leader. Her leadership of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Larimer County has garnered significant recognition for positive results. She has increased the service to the youths of all Larimer County through growth to many of the smaller communities in the county. Her collaborative spirit, “can do” attitude, and visionary acumen are valuable in representing us on City Council. She plans, then implements.
Please join me in supporting John Fogle and Kathi Wright. They will tackle the real issues.
Cecil A. Gutierrez
John Fogle asks only, ‘Is it good for Loveland?’
Loveland has an excellent choice for mayor. Mayor Pro Tem John Fogle is a long time Loveland resident and has served on City Council since 2011. John brings experience and knowledge to this position.
He has served as a charter board member of the Downtown Development Authority and has been involved with the Foundry Project.
John supports the revitalization of our downtown.
While he has shown leadership in downtown development, he also realizes there is a broader role that Loveland must play in the Northern Colorado region.
John attends regional leadership meetings and has good working relationships with the political and business leaders of our neighboring communities.
John knows what it takes to run a business, create jobs and meet a payroll. His business leadership in the community has earned him the endorsement of the NoCo Home Builders Association and the Loveland Berthoud Association of Realtors. John also has the endorsements of Leah Johnson, Rich Ball and outgoing Mayor Cecil Gutierrez. He believes in solid fiscal responsibility and is a good steward of our money. He asks only, “Is it good for Loveland?” Vote for John for our next mayor of Loveland.
Fogle has proven he is for all of Loveland
I have admired and respected Mayor Cecil Gutierrez for years and have been very pleased with his fine leadership. When Cecil endorsed John Fogle for mayor, I sat up and listened.
What I find concerning is the hateful divisiveness created by at least two conservative (and one former) members of the current city council.
In my opinion, this has been done in a subversive and unethical manner. When the RH would discuss past council emails, now available to the public, I paid attention. I also remember the article about the Sprouts plot and the letter writer that was revealed in court.
Their social media chatter is also intended to discredit John Fogle. It doesn’t matter to them that it isn’t factual or is taken out of context.
I don’t condone Fogle’s sharing the Trump cartoon last year that is now in question, but it was on private email. I do know that people make mistakes and this was one of them. Are these three men perfect angels? I don’t think so.
John Fogle is a longtime business leader who has proven that he is for all of Loveland and not just downtown.
John Fogle will be an excellent Mayor.
NoCo Home Builders Association announces picks for Loveland mayor
The Home Builders Association of Northern Colorado announced its support Monday (10/9) for councilor and mayoral candidates in the Loveland city election.
The Association said in a press release that the organization backs John Fogle for Loveland mayor, as well as Jeremy Jerswig for theWard I council seat, Gail Snyder for theWard II council seat, Steve Olson for theWard III council seat and Dave Clark for theWard IV council seat.
The NoCo HBA describes itself as “the voice of the home building industry throughout Larimer and Weld Counties” and is affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders, which represents over 130,000 member companies nationwide. More information available at www.nocohba.com.
The city of Loveland needs strong business leadership
I have known John Fogle for more than 40 years. He is a good father and devoted husband. John is also a successful businessman and has started and owned several very profitable businesses in Loveland. These businesses were and are successful and they provide many employment opportunities for the citizens of Loveland.
The city of Loveland needs strong business leadership going forward. I am convinced John will ensure successful growth and profitability for the Loveland community. We need people like John Fogle who are not afraid to stand for their beliefs and make the right decisions for the citizens of Loveland.
I fully support John Fogle for mayor of Loveland and urge other citizens of Loveland to join my support.
LBAR (Loveland Berthoud Association of Realtors)
I want to personally thank LBAR (Loveland Berthoud Association of Realtors) for their endorsement of my candidacy for Mayor. Most importantly I want to thank Renae Hupp, Government Affairs Chair, and Barbara Koelzer for all the work that group has performed in assisting the City of Loveland and the Council while we work on our new disclosure policies regarding property sales and Metro districts in the City. Loveland is better when we all work together!
John Fogle has proven to be a good steward of city finances
Currently I serve on the Loveland Historic Preservation Commission, the Loveland Development Partnership and have been on committees that selected the developer for The Foundry project and the committee that negotiated the contract with Brinkman, the developer of The Foundry. Serving on these commissions and committees I was in constant contact with Councilman John Fogle. At these meetings John would present options for discussion including concepts that would save the citizens of Loveland money. The result was a better outcome for less money.
I wholeheartedly endorse Councilman John Fogle for mayor as time after time I have witnessed his ability to be a good steward with Loveland’s finances and achieve outstanding results.
We had the good fortune to work with John Fogle for years as co-sponsors of a teenaged youth group. We know he will bring the same dedication and innovative thought process to City Council that he brought to that group. We are pleased to endorse John for City Council.
Jim and Char McDonald
I've known John Fogle for over 30 years, both as a young man and as a Loveland businessman. John brings the business know-how, conservative thinking, and overall strengths the council needs for the future. He has my support.
Loveland City Council, Ward 4
John Fogle has deep roots in the Loveland community having graduated from Loveland High. After college he returned to take over the family business. His business employer and ownership skills will serve the Loveland community well.
Rich Ball, J. D.
I am delighted that my friend, John Fogle, has entered into the Ward 3 City Council race. I have known and worked closely with him for more than 25 years, and am continuously impressed by his intellect and gifts. He is a man of honor and intergrity whose real world busniess experince has made him a gifted leader. I believe that his potential election portends well for the future of our city.
Rev. Robert Dooling
Mountain View Presbyterian Church
Scott and I have counted on John Fogle to help put out lots of fires here at Graham's Carpet Network. John is always dedicated and professional, that is why he is an invaluable resource for our team. He will be a priceless resource for our Loveland City Council, we are proud to support his candidacy.
Monica & Scott Graham
Grahams Carpet Network
Ward 3, Loveland
In the dozen years that I have known John Fogle I can say that I have never seen him falter in any project he has under taken. He is willing to go the extra mile with integrity and commitment. Hard work is no stranger to John and his character shines in personal and private relationships.
RED LINE Heating and Cooling, Ward 3
I have personally and professionally worked with John Fogle for over 30 years John is always professional with business matters, and is very detailed oriented. I personally think that John is an outstanding individual and there is no better candidate for city council.
Warner Auto Body and Sales
Ward 3, Loveland
As the regional manager for one of Loveland’s local businesses, I care very much about Loveland politics. I have had the great pleasure and honor to get to know John Fogle very well over the last several years. He is an honest, stand-up guy and he always gets the job done. His views support local business, helping the economy and creating local jobs. His approach is one that makes sense and one that I fully support. With John as City Councilman, I know Loveland will be in good hands.
Kangaroo Self Storage
Ward 3, Loveland
The business expertise, penetrating evaluations and objective judgements of John Fogle are needed on the Ward 3 seat of the Loveland City council, and I support his candidacy.
Loveland City Council, Ward 1
One of the most remarkable things about Loveland is how people want to do what they can to help our town become better. John Fogle is just that kind of person and one who brings a lifetime of business sense and common sense to his conversations about the future of our town. I am proud to endorse John for Ward III City Council and look forward to working with him to serve our constituents.
Loveland City Council – Ward 3
Voting for candidates who have fiduciary leadership experience in balancing budgets and who believe in having adequate rainy day funds are the best ways to manage government overspending and increased taxation. Your vote is a huge personal responsibility . The stakes are extremely high, if we want to keep Loveland an affordable place to live.
Ward 3 City Council candidate John Fogle, is a very successful businessman and entrepreneur who started his first business at the age of 15 and successfully partnered with his Dad to survive during the turbulent times in the automobile dealership industry. John Fogle has a very strong business development background and knows how to create new jobs in Loveland. He would be an excellent addition to the Loveland City Council.
If you live in Ward 3 -- Vote for John Fogle -- I certainly will.
Past City Councilman, Loveland, Ward 3
Past Board Member - National League of Cities
Past President - Loveland Chamber of Commerce
I have known and worked with John for many years and found him to be honest, smart and fair-minded. I think he would make an excellent councilman for the City of Loveland. His business savvy and political acumen will serve Ward 3 well.
Fiona's Deli and Catering