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Becky Scofield Anderson

Wrong Becky Scofield Anderson?

Council Member

Local Address: , Iowa, United States
City of Burlington Iowa
424 North 3Rd Street
Burlington , Iowa 52601
United States

 
Background

Employment History

  • City Council
    City of Burlington Iowa
  • Financial Adviser
    Berthel Fisher & Company
  • Chairwoman
    Capitol Theater Foundation
  • President
    Capitol Theater Foundation
  • Owner, Manager
    Hill Top Properties of Burlington, LLC
  • Executive Director
    Friend
  • President
    Heritage Trust for Preservation

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Web References
City of Burlington, Iowa
www.burlingtoniowa.org, 23 Sept 2014 [cached]
Becky Anderson Mayor Pro Tem 319-753-8120 andersonb@burlingtoniowa.org
Community Foundation of the Great River Bend - Investment Managers
www.cfgrb.org, 19 Nov 2013 [cached]
Richard Buller, Rebecca Anderson
Becky Anderson, 57, wants the ...
www.thehawkeye.com, 8 Oct 2011 [cached]
Becky Anderson, 57, wants the next city manager to be positive, a people person and fiscally responsible.
"Most of all, I want to feel like that person has an open-door policy, in that when companies come to town or when people come in to talk to him about possible projects, he is very open to listening to those people and the people of Burlington," Anderson said recently.
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"I think change is good," Anderson said.
To help facilitate positive change, Anderson, if elected, plans to push for the hiring of an outside firm to look for efficiencies that can be implemented in the city's budget and departments.
"I know that an outside group looking at our budget and departments would cost us money, but I also see with all these retirements we're going to have some change in our budget on the personnel side in the next year. So I think we should have the money to do that, and I think it would save us money in the long run," Anderson said.
A downtown building owner and developer, Anderson is a financial advisor with Berthel Fisher & Co. She is a licensed securities broker and certified financial planner.
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Becky Anderson, 57, wants the next city manager to be positive, a people person and fiscally responsible.
"Most of all, I want to feel like that person has an open-door policy, in that when companies come to town or when people come in to talk to him about possible projects, he is very open to listening to those people and the people of Burlington," Anderson said recently.
...
"I think change is good," Anderson said.
To help facilitate positive change, Anderson, if elected, plans to push for the hiring of an outside firm to look for efficiencies that can be implemented in the city's budget and departments.
"I know that an outside group looking at our budget and departments would cost us money, but I also see with all these retirements we're going to have some change in our budget on the personnel side in the next year. So I think we should have the money to do that, and I think it would save us money in the long run," Anderson said.
A downtown building owner and developer, Anderson is a financial advisor with Berthel Fisher & Co. She is a licensed securities broker and certified financial planner. Leave a comment!
Candidates vying for council are Becky ...
www.thehawkeye.com, 7 Oct 2011 [cached]
Candidates vying for council are Becky Anderson, Chuck Griffin, Richard Lemke, Shane McCampbell, Eric Renteria and Mike Shaver.
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Anderson, 57, opposes a new police station until the city can reduce its debt. She criticized the Estes proposal as too expensive and rejects the prospect of eliminating parking downtown. She wants more parking downtown, which she considers essential to economic development.
"There is nothing I liked about that (Estes) plan," Anderson said.
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Rather than pay interest on bonds the city cannot afford, Anderson proposes shoring up the existing building and keeping the police department there another five or six years.
"I think that is the prudent way to go, because we cannot afford $9 million at this time," Anderson said. "Let's take some time and try and pay down some debt and try and get in a little better position before we start talking about a $9 million to $10 million project that brings very little economic benefit to the city."
A downtown building owner and developer, Anderson also is a financial adviser with Berthel Fisher & Co. She is a licensed securities broker and certified financial planner.
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Candidates vying for council are Becky Anderson, Chuck Griffin, Richard Lemke, Shane McCampbell, Eric Renteria and Mike Shaver.
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Anderson, 57, opposes a new police station until the city can reduce its debt. She criticized the Estes proposal as too expensive and rejects the prospect of eliminating parking downtown. She wants more parking downtown, which she considers essential to economic development.
"There is nothing I liked about that (Estes) plan," Anderson said.
...
Rather than pay interest on bonds the city cannot afford, Anderson proposes shoring up the existing building and keeping the police department there another five or six years.
"I think that is the prudent way to go, because we cannot afford $9 million at this time," Anderson said. "Let's take some time and try and pay down some debt and try and get in a little better position before we start talking about a $9 million to $10 million project that brings very little economic benefit to the city."
A downtown building owner and developer, Anderson also is a financial adviser with Berthel Fisher & Co. She is a licensed securities broker and certified financial planner.
Burlington's Capitol Theater Reopens!
www.iowasource.com, 1 June 2012 [cached]
In April 2005 the Friends group was reformed into a 501(c)3 organization called the Capitol Theater Foundation of Burlington Iowa, with Becky Anderson as its first president.
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When Becky Anderson was elected to the Burlington City Council last November, she resigned as president of the Capitol Theater Foundation.
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