DENVER — Monday, Oct. 31, 2016 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Colorado New Energy Improvement District Board and Towing Task Force.
The Colorado New Energy Improvement District Board enables and encourages the owners of eligible properties to invest in new energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements. The Board authorizes the district to establish, develop, finance, implement and administer a new energy improvement program, that includes energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements, to assist any such owners who choose to join the district in completing energy improvements to their property.
For terms expiring September 1, 2019:
- Eric Blank of Boulder, to serve as a representative of the renewable energy industry, reappointed;
- Kim Stanley DeVoe of Loveland, to serve as a member with executive-level experience in the utility industry, appointed;
- Jenifer Waller of Englewood, to serve as an executive with ten or more years executive-level experience with one or more financial institutions having total assets of less than $1 billion, reappointed.
The Towing Task Force makes recommendations to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission about the maximum rates that may be charged for the recovery, towing and storage of a vehicle that has been towed without the owner’s consent. It also advises the Commission concerning investigations of overcharges made by towing carriers.
For terms expiring September 30, 2020:
- John Patrick Connolly of Arvada, to serve as a representative of a towing association within the state, reappointed;
- Ronald D. Jack of Centennial, to serve as a representative of the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, reappointed;
- William Andrew Thompson of Parker, to serve as a representative of towing carriers within the state, but who does not represent a towing association, reappointed.