Matt Rauzi, owner of Colorado’s Pro Gym, was elected President of the Havana Business Improvement District at the December 18 board meeting. Matt has been on the board for several years and served as board treasurer. Matt replaces Scott Goldammer as president. Scott works for Miller Realty and was the property manager at The Gardens on Havana until Miller Re sold The Gardens to AmCap in October of 2014. Matt is excited to take the reins of the BID. Matt is a graduate of the University of Wyoming with a degree in exercise physiology and has owned Colorado’s Pro Gym for more than 10 years.
At the December 18 BID meeting, the board asked for recommendations for a business/commercial property owner in the BID to replace Scott on the BID board. Brenda Soper from AmCap, the new property manager at The Gardens on Havana, expressed interest. The board voted unanimously to recommend to Aurora City Council the appointment of Brenda Soper to fill the position vacated by Scott Goldammer on the BID board. Ever since the sale of The Gardens on Havana to AmCap, Brenda has been actively participating in the Havana BID activities and has been a joy to work with. We look forward to having Brenda join the board. Havana BID board members must go through the official Aurora City Council appointment process, which usually takes about 2 months.