Councilwoman Cathy Reynolds
Hall Of Fame Inductee — 2004
Denver City Councilwoman (1975-2003)
Former Denver City Councilwoman Cathy Reynolds is an institution in Denver polititcs. In 1975, she was one of the first two women elected to Denver government and she was elected to be City Council President an impressive five times. As a member of the Special Projects Committee, she was instrumental in approving and building the original Colorado Convention Center. Cathy believed that the Center should be located in the heart of downtown and fought for its current location at 14th & California St. In 1997, she was one of the first to agree that the time was right to double the size of the center and she worked diligently to ensure that the expansion received voter approval in November 1999. She is still actively involved as a board member of the Convention Center Hotel Authority. Her other contributions on the Special Projects Committee include the development of the Denver Performing Arts Complex, Denver International Airport, Pepsi Center and the development of the 16th Street Mall.
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