As the 2021 legislative year gets underway, the Arapahoe County Board of Commissioners has added a new face to its lineup.Commissioner Carrie Warren-Gully was sworn in on January 11 as the newest commissioner from County District 1. Her win in the November election means the Board is now split 3-2 in favor of Democrats.Warren-Gully was also chosen to be the Board’s Chair Pro Tem in 2021. She comes to the County with a background in small business and non-profit work, as well as in public policy. She most recently served for seven years on the Littleton Public Schools Board, and she also has been a member of the County’s Long Range Planning committee.“In this new role I plan to honor and respect our residents and businesses, as well as our staff, as we work toward achieving our many goals,” Commissioner Warren-Gully said. “My school board experience gave me very good insight into the effort it takes to interface with the public in a meaningful, productive way, and I’m looking forward to putting those lessons to work right away.”For more information about the new commissioner’s biography, committee assignments and legislative priorities, visit her County web page.