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Weld County Council

The Weld County Council is charged with reviewing all aspects of County government and to make periodic written reports to the people. The Council invites Weld County residents and employees to present their comments, ideas, or concerns regarding Weld County government for the Council to review.

To learn more about the specific role and function of the County Council, click here to visit their main website.

Brett Abernathy

District 1
Term ends: 12/31/2020
email: countycouncil@weldgov.com
Phone: 970-400-4780

image of brett abernathyBrett Abernathy, District 1 County Councilman, is a native of Colorado and Weld County.  Having lived in the Fort Lupton, Del Camino and Windsor areas of the county, he is experienced and familiar with the different concerns and challenges the governing of a large county entails. 

As a 1990 graduate of Windsor High, and a 1994 graduate of Colorado State University with a BS in agricultural business, Brett spent five years as a research technician for the university in row crops as well as 1.5 years in the dry bean industry in eastern Colorado.  He also served on the Phillips County Fair Board while working in the Holyoke area.

Retiring as Chairman of the Colorado Federation of Young Republicans in December of 2012, Brett has moved on to hold the position as County Councilman for District 1 having been elected in November 2012. 

Brett was elected by fellow Weld County Republican Party members to represent the county for the next two years as a Bonus member to the State Republican Central Committee.

Brett has owned and operated Western Skies Construction based in Windsor for twelve years and has completed many projects in the northern Colorado and southern Wyoming areas.

Brett resides in rural Weld County in the Gill/Galeton area.
Jordan Jemiola

District 2
Term ends: 12/31/2018
email: countycouncil@weldgov.com
Phone: 970-400-4780

image of jordan jemiolaJordan Jemiola, District 2 County Councilman, is a 5th generation native of Colorado and Weld County.  Currently residing in the Town of Milliken, Jordan was elected in 2012 to a 4 year term on the Milliken Town Board of Trustees and has also served on the following boards & commissions in various capacities: North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization, Weld County Planning Commission, Weld County Board of Adjustment, Milliken Planning Commission, Johnstown-Milliken Rotary Club, Johnstown – Milliken Chamber of Commerce, and as a District Captain for the Weld County Republican Party.

Jordan is an advocate for fiscal responsibility, accountability & transparency, and has participated in many infrastructure and transportation improvement projects throughout Weld County.
Michael Grillos

District 3
Term ends: 12/31/2018
email: countycouncil@weldgov.com
Phone: 970-400-4780

image of Michael GrillosMichael Grillos, District 3 Councilman, has lived in Weld County since 2004 and was appointed to fill the District 3 vacancy on the Weld County Council.

Grillos is the president of a specialty contracting firm.  He is married and resides in rural Weld County, in the Hudson area.  Grillos believes that public service is a way to honor civic duty.
Charles Tucker

At-Large - President
Term ends: 12/31/2018
email: countycouncil@weldgov.com
Phone: 970-400-4780

image of charles tuckerCharles Tucker, Representative At-Large County Councilman, is a Colorado native, business owner and an active community member. Residing in the Town of Pierce, Charles was elected in 2014 to the Weld County Council. Charles attended Highland High school in Ault, Aims College and the University of Northern Colorado. He is President of Tucker Dairy in Pierce, Colorado, a delegate for the Dairy Farmers of America, Mountain Council, a member of the Poudre Valley Antique Automobile Club of America, and a delegate for Cooperative Resources International. Charles is happily married to his wife, Beth, and enjoys collecting model trains and antique cars.
Gene Stille
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