DENVER — Friday, Sep. 23, 2016 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Chemical Demilitarization Citizens Advisory Commission, Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, Board of Mortgage Loan Originators and the Public School Capital Construction Assistance Board.
The Chemical Demilitarization Citizens Advisory Commission provides citizen input and expresses state concerns regarding the U.S. Army program for the disposal of chemical warfare agents and munitions at the Pueblo Army Depot.
For a term expiring at the Pleasure of the Governor:
- Susan Laurie Williams of Denver, to serve as a representative of the Governor’s Office, and occasioned by the resignation of Zachary M. Pierce of Denver, appointed.
The Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board advises the Governor on all aspects of historical records housed within the State of Colorado and develops state guidelines for historical records projects in accordance with the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
For a term expiring September 1, 2017:
- Alyson Kay Jabrocki of Edgewater, previously appointed as a public member, to represent Colorado State Archives, and to serve as Chair, and occasioned by the retirement of George F. Orlowski of Berthoud, appointed;
for terms expiring September 1, 2020:
- Rose-Etta Horn of Denver, appointed;
- Holly Kathryn Norton of Longmont, reappointed;
- Robert Keith Schrum of Highlands Ranch, appointed.
The Board of Mortgage Loan Originators licenses mortgage loan originators and registers mortgage companies. The Board also has the authority to enact rules, enforce the license law, investigate complaints and impose discipline against its licensees.
For a term expiring August 10, 2020:
Miriam Pena Garcia of Denver, to serve as a member of the public at large, appointed.
The Public School Capital Construction Assistance Board protects the health and safety of students, teachers, and other persons using public school facilities and maximizes student achievement by ensuring that the condition and capacity of public school facilities are sufficient to provide a safe and uncrowded environment that is conducive to students’ learning.
For a term expiring July 22, 2018:
- Margaret “Margi” Ammon of Broomfield, an architect whose professional practice includes the design and rehabilitation of public school facilities at the time of appointment or who has recent experience rehabilitating existing public school facilities and designing new public school facilities, appointed.