Musician and business owner would prioritize improving communication between the city and small businesses
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He also proposed that police could engage more with the community by setting up volunteer partnerships through organizations such as the Loveland Community Kitchen, where he and his wife helped regularly before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wickam said he was hopeful that he would be able to improve the dynamics on the City Council if elected.
“I want to help unify our City Council and get us moving in a direction that benefits the citizens rather than calling each other names and fighting,” he said.
“I love Loveland, and that’s really the bottom line of why I’m running,” Wickam said. “I’m running because local government is the way we can have the most impact on the world that impacts us the most.”
Besides volunteering with the Community Kitchen, Wickam’s and his wife’s businesses have partnered with Realities for Children, and Wickam has assisted with Fort Collins-based musical charity Off the Hook Arts.
Wickam has also served as a member of the city’s Communications Advisory Board since 2018 and as vice chair for the past year.