North Metro Fire Rescue District election polls closed at 7 p.m. on May 8, 2018. From the votes tallied, the unofficial results show that District residents have elected Peter Billera and Richard Miller to serve a four-year term on the North Metro Fire Board of Directors. Voters also approved an extension in the number of consecutive terms a director can serve.
Billera is an entrepreneur and former firefighter who resides in Broomfield with his family. Miller has served in law enforcement and with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and he and his wife have been residents of Broomfield since 2006.
The election results were as follows:
|Peter J. Billera||217|
|Richard J. Miller||206|
|Stephen R. Blount||99|
|Joseph Laurence Perrotto III||10|
The total number of ballots casted was 485.
As of Tuesday night’s unofficial count, residents voted in favor of the ballot issue to increase the number of consecutive terms a director can be elected to serve, with 57 percent in favor of the ballot issue and 43 percent opposed.
The results will be officially confirmed on May 16, once the eight-day window closes for absentee ballots to be received from uniformed and overseas citizens.