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Councilman Paul Kashmann

Photo of District 1 councilman Paul KashmannPaul grew up in an east coast family devoted to community service. A New Jersey native from the Township of Livingston, his father, Joe, a salesman who routinely worked six-day weeks, made time to serve as a volunteer police officer and president of the Little League baseball program. His mother, Rhoda, in addition to running the household, was perennial president of the PTA, secretary to the township attorney and an ever-present face on local campaigns and committees.

Having fallen in love with the Mile High City during a cross-country voyage, Paul moved his family to Colorado in 1971, living briefly in Breckenridge, Wheat Ridge and Englewood before moving to Denver in 1976. A long time resident of the Virginia Village neighborhood, he has made his home in District 6 for some 40 years (in Virginia Village, Washington Park East and Cory Merrill), with the exception of a few years spent in the far reaches of West Washington Park in the mid-1980s.

A graduate of Upsala College (East Orange, NJ) with a B.A. in Sociology, Paul spent a successful decade in the corporate world, with both IBM and NCR, before shifting gears and signing on as advertising representative with the fledgling Washington Park Profile newspaper shortly after it’s founding in the winter of 1978. Finding The Profile an unexpectedly fine fit for his journalistic talents, love for people and inherited passion for community service, Paul took over the role of publisher a few years later, expanding both the scope and depth of the publication, eventually guiding it to it’s place among the most highly respected of Denver’s community newspapers. He turned the paper over to new ownership in February of this year. 

The proud parent of a blended group of five wonderful children and six grandchildren, outside of work Paul enjoys running, golf, hiking, reading, live music and live theater. Paul and his guitar are in great demand for bedtime lullabyes and campfire singalongs. He is renowned among his circle of friends for his skill at three-ball juggling.

 
Meet me at Pete's University Cafe'

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Meet Councilman Kashmann at Pete’s University Café on Thursday Mornings from 8 a.m. to noon. There is parking in the back.

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About District 6

District 6 Neighborhoods include: 
Washington Park, University of Denver, Virginia Village, Cory-Merrill, Rosedale, University, Washington Virginia Vale, Windsor

 


 

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Paul Kashmann, Councilman - District 6
720-337-6666
paul.kashmann@denvergov.org

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Morgan Watters
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Location

City and County Building
1437 Bannock St., #451
Denver, CO 80202


Office Hours

Thursdays, 8 a.m. to noon
(no appointment needed)
Pete's University Park Cafe
2345 E. Evans Ave.
Denver, CO 80210

If you would like to meet at another time and place, don’t hesitate to call 720-337-6666.

 

Location:

City & County Building
1437 Bannock St., Rm. 451
Denver, CO 80202

 

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