Gov. Hickenlooper announces Boards and Commissions appointments

DENVER — Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Developmental Disabilities Council and Colorado Scenic and Historic Byways Commission.

The Developmental Disabilities Council is responsible for coordinating services and advocating for persons with developmental disabilities.

For a term expiring July 1, 2017:

Margaret G. Spaulding of Lakewood, to serve as a representative of a state agency that administers funds provided under the “Older Americans Act of 1965,” and occasioned by the resignation of Audrey A. Krebs of Lakewood, appointed.
The Colorado Scenic and Historic Byways Commission works with state agencies, the U.S. Forest Services, Bureau of Land Management, local byways organizations, and public and private resources to assist in the development of byways management plans, including interpretation, promotion and protection of distinctive byways characteristics. They also help coordinate the budgeting process and allocation of federal, state and private funds for the purpose of byway improvement.

Gov. Hickenlooper announces Boards and Commissions appointment

DENVER — Monday, Jan. 23, 2017 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced a Boards and Commissions appointment to the Colorado Student Leaders Institute Executive Board.

The Colorado Student Leaders Institute Executive Board oversees the Colorado Student Leaders Institute. The Institute operates a competitive residential summer academic pilot program through the summer of 2019 for students who are entering tenth or eleventh grade in the coming fall semester. Students attend four weeks of college level classes, lectures and seminars, as well as enrichment activities, including concerts and theatrical productions.

For a term expiring July 7, 2017:

Rebecca Holmes of Denver, to serve as a person from the community who has interest or experience in education, and occasioned by the resignation of Rosann B. Ward of Aurora, appointed.

Gov. Hickenlooper announces Boards and Commissions appointment

DENVER — Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced a Boards and Commissions appointment to the Twenty-Second Judicial District Nominating Commission.

There is a judicial district nominating commission for each of Colorado’s 22 judicial districts that selects nominees for district and county judicial vacancies. Each district nominating commission is chaired by a justice of the Supreme Court, who is a non-voting member of the commission.

Each judicial district nominating commission consists of seven citizens residing in that judicial district. No more than four members can be from the same political party, and there must be at least one voting member from each county in the district. In all districts with populations of more than 35,000, the voting members consist of three people admitted to practice law in Colorado and four people not admitted to practice law in Colorado. In judicial districts with populations under 35,000, at least four voting members are people not admitted to practice law in Colorado. It is determined by majority vote of the governor, attorney general and chief justice how many, if any, of the remaining three members will be persons admitted to practice law in Colorado.

Gov. Hickenlooper announces Boards and Commissions appointments

DENVER — Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Water Quality Control Commission.

The Water Quality Control Commission develops and maintains a comprehensive and effective program for prevention, control and abatement of water pollution of the waters throughout the entire state.

For terms expiring February 15, 2020:

David Baumgarten of Gunnison, to serve as a representative who lives west of the continental divide, reappointed;
Jane Kees Clary of Centennial, appointed;
Michael Gooseff of Fort Collins, appointed.

Gov. Hickenlooper announces Boards and Commissions appointments

DENVER — Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Conservation Easement Oversight Commission, Urban Drainage and Flood Control District Board of Directors

The Conservation Easement Oversight Commission meets at least once each quarter to review applications for conservation easement holder certification and to review any other issues referred to the commission by any state entity. The Division of Real Estate convenes the meetings of the commission and provides staff support as requested by the commission.  A majority of commission members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, and actions of the commission require a vote of a majority of such members present in favor of the action taken.

For a term expiring July 1, 2017:

Sarah Elizabeth Parmar of Lakewood, to serve a representative from a local land trust, and occasioned by the resignation of Andrea Farnsworth Johnson of Crested Butte, appointed;
for a term expiring July 1, 2020:

Sarah Elizabeth Parmar of Lakewood, to serve a representative from a local land trust, reappointed.
The Urban Drainage and Flood Control District Board of Directors assists local governments in the planning, design, construction and maintenance of multi-jurisdictional drainage and flood control projects.

Four members of the 23-member board are mayors from Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder and Jefferson counties.

For a term expiring January 31, 2018:

Honorable Bruce Owen Beckman of Littleton, reappointed;
for a term expiring January 31, 2019:

Honorable Joyce Jay of Wheat Ridge, reappointed.  

Gov. Hickenlooper announces Boards and Commissions appointment

DENVER — Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2016 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced a Boards and Commissions appointment to the Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline.

The Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline monitors and disciplines misconduct of judges and justices of the state courts of Colorado and provides education programs to judges on their ethics obligations under the Colorado code of Judicial Conduct.

For a term expiring June 30, 2019:

Drucilla Pugh of Pueblo, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed.

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Gov. Hickenlooper announces Boards and Commissions appointments

DENVER — Friday, Dec. 23, 2016 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Board of Trustees for Adams State University, Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System, Colorado Dental Board, Executive Clemency Advisory Board, Board of Trustees for Fort Lewis College, Government Data Advisory Board, Board of Trustees of Metropolitan State University of Denver, Board of Trustees of the Colorado School of Mines, Pinnacol Assurance Board of Directors, Colorado State Fair Authority Board of Commissioners and Board of Trustees for Western State Colorado University.

Gov. Hickenlooper announces Boards and Commissions appointments

DENVER — Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education, State Emergency Medical and Trauma Services Council, Hospital Provider Fee Oversight and Advisory Board, Statewide Independent Living Council, Colorado Juvenile Parole Board, Board of Trustees for Colorado Mesa University, Board of Trustees of the University of Northern Colorado, Utilities Consumer Council, Colorado Wildlife Habitat Stamp Committee.

Gov. Hickenlooper announces Boards and Commissions appointments

DENVER — Monday, Dec. 12, 2016 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Justice Assistance Grant Board, Colorado Scenic and Historic Byways Commission and Workers’ Compensation Cost Containment Board.

The Justice Assistance Grant Board advises the Division of Criminal Justice on issues related to federal block grant monies designated to improve the criminal justice system and reduce drug abuse and violent crimes.

For a term expiring July 31, 2019:

Chief of Police Paul Douglas Shultz of Canon City, and occasioned by the resignation of Police Commander David A. Moore of Longmont, appointed.
The Colorado Scenic and Historic Byways Commission works with state agencies, the U.S. Forest Services, Bureau of Land Management, local byways organizations, as well as public and private resources, to assist in the development of byways management plans, including interpretation, promotion and protection of distinctive byways characteristics. They also help coordinate the budgeting process and allocation of federal, state, and private funds for the purpose of byway improvement.

For a term expiring January 1, 2019:

Daniel Cressy of Golden, to serve as a representative of the U.S. Forest Service, and occasioned by the resignation of Christopher F. Sporl of Littleton, appointed.
The Workers’ Compensation Cost Containment Board promotes cost containment and risk management programs in the administration of workers’ compensation programs.

For terms expiring December 13, 2019:

Edward Dean Davis of Centennial, representing employers with good risk management experience with respect to their workers’ compensation insurance, and as a Democrat, reappointed;
Sarah Hayes of Lafayette, representing executives with good risk management experience in the insurance industry, and as Democrat, reappointed.
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Gov. Hickenlooper announces Boards and Commissions appointments

DENVER — Friday, Dec. 9, 2016 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Colorado Commission on Low Income Energy Assistance.

The Colorado Commission on Low Income Energy Assistance works through the Low Income Energy Assistance Program to collect and distribute money to eligible recipients for use in the payment of electric and gas utility bills.

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