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					      Governor Bill Owens




      COLORADO
 Boards and Commissions




Terms Expiring January 1, 2003 – December 31, 2003
                            TABLE OF CONTENTS

General Information                                                  i

List of department contact numbers for further information
about specific Boards and Commissions                                i

Index                                                                ii-iv

Boards and Commissions, chronological listing                        1-33

Appendix
      Congressional Districts Map                                    34
      Colorado Agriculture Districts Map                             35
      Colorado Wildlife Districts Map                                35
      Regional Emergency & Trauma Advisory Councils Map              36

Boards and Commissions Application                                   37


                             GLOSSARY OF TERMS

   *…………….….Denotes a term expiring on date listed
   POG…………...Member’s term expires at the pleasure of the Governor
   VACANCY.…..Member’s term has expired and a vacancy exists




                  The Office of Boards and Commissions
                                     Barb Card
                                      Director




                             Office of Boards and Commissions
                                      136 State Capitol
                                  Denver, Colorado 80203
                                       (303) 866-6328
                                       (303) 866-2003 fax
                                       BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

                                               General Information
This book contains information about Colorado Boards and Commissions with vacancies occurring between January 1,
2003 and December 31, 2003, listed chronologically.

To assure full consideration of your application for a Board or Commission appointment, it is important to take the
following steps:
            Fill out the application at the back of the book completely.
            Attach a current resume to your application.
            Mail the above information to:
                The Honorable Bill Owens
                Governor, State of Colorado
                Attention: Barb Card, Director, Boards and Commissions
                136 State Capitol
                Denver, CO 80203-1792

                or fax the above information to (303) 866-2003

This information is also available on the Governor’s website:
           www.state.co.us/gov_dir/governor_office.html
Please call the Governor’s Office of Boards and Commissions if you have any questions: (303) 866-6328.

                                   Information Numbers by Department
Department of Agriculture                                                    (303) 239-4100
Department of Corrections                                                    (719) 579-9580
Department of Education                                                      (303) 866-6600
Department of Health Care Policy and Finance                                 (303) 866-2993
Department of Higher Education                                               (303) 866-2723
Department of Human Services                                                 (303) 866-5700
Department of Labor and Employment                                           (303) 318-8852
Department of Law                                                            (303) 866-4500
Department of Local Affairs                                                  (303) 866-2771
Department of Natural Resources                                              (303) 866-3311
Department of Personnel and Administration                                   (303) 866-6566
Department of Public Health and Environment                                  (303) 692-2000
Department of Public Safety                                                  (303) 239-4400
Department of Regulatory Agencies                                            (303) 894-7855
Department of Revenue                                                        (303) 866-3091
Department of State                                                          (303) 894-2200
Department of Transportation                                                 (303) 757-9011
Governor’s Office                                                            (303) 866-2471
Governor’s Office of Economic Development                                    (303) 892-3840
Colorado Judicial Department                                                 (303) 861-1111




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                                                       BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
A
Accountancy, State Board of .........................................................................................................27
Aeronautical Board, Colorado .......................................................................................................32
Agricultural Commission, State.......................................................................................................4
AIDS, Colorado Advisory Council on ...........................................................................................30
Air Quality Control Commission.....................................................................................................2
Architects, State Board of Examiners of..........................................................................................4
Arts, Council on the ....................................................................................................................14
Assessment Appeals, Board of.......................................................................................................14
Auraria Higher Education Center Board of Directors....................................................................26
B
Banking Board……… ...................................................................................................................14
Beef Council Authority, Colorado .................................................................................................15
Boxing Commission, Colorado State.............................................................................................10
C
Capitol Building Advisory Committee, State ................................................................................15
Central Information System Board ................................................................................................15
Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority................................................................................27
Child Care Commission .................................................................................................................15
Child Care Facilities, Advisory Committee on Licensing of .........................................................16
Child Care Improvement Oversight Committee ..............................................................................1
Children's Trust Fund Board, Colorado .........................................................................................31
Chiropractic Examiners, State Board of ..........................................................................................8
Civil Rights Commission, Colorado ................................................................................................6
Collection Agency Board.................................................................................................................7
Colorado Institute of Technology Board of Trustees.......................................................................9
Colorado State University System, Board of Governors of the .......................................................2
Community Colleges and Occupational Education, State Board for .............................................16
Community Service, Governor’s Commission on .........................................................................28
Consumer Credit, Council of Advisors on.....................................................................................29
Correctional Industries Advisory Council .....................................................................................33
CoverColorado, Board of Directors of...........................................................................................16
D
Dental Examiners, State Board of....................................................................................................1
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council ...............................................................................17
E
Educational and Cultural Facilities Authority, Colorado...............................................................10
Electrical Board, State....................................................................................................................17
Emergency Medical and Trauma Services Advisory Council .......................................................17
Emergency Planning Commission .................................................................................................18
Energy and Mineral Impact Assistance Advisory Committee .......................................................28
F
Family Medicine, Advisory Commission on .................................................................................18
Financial Services Board ...............................................................................................................19
Fire and Police Pension Association Board of Directors ...............................................................28
Fire Service Training and Certification Advisory Board ...............................................................19
Four Corners Heritage Council ......................................................................................................32


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G
Governmental Accounting, Advisory Committee on.......................................................................9
Great Outdoors Colorado Trust Fund Board....................................................................................7
Grievance Board, State ..................................................................................................................19
Ground Water Commission .............................................................................................................7
H
Hazardous Waste Commission ......................................................................................................27
Health, State Board of ......................................................................................................................5
Health Facilities Authority, Colorado Board of Directors .............................................................10
High Technology Scholarship Program Advisory Committee ......................................................20
Higher Education, Colorado Commission on ................................................................................20
Historic Preservation Review Board, Colorado ...............................................................................1
Historical Records Advisory Board, Colorado ..............................................................................29
Housing Board, State ......................................................................................................................3
Housing and Finance Authority Board of Directors, Colorado .....................................................20
Human Services, State Board of ......................................................................................................5
I
Independent Living Council, Statewide.........................................................................................30
Interagency Coordinating Council, State .......................................................................................10
L
Land Commissioners, State Board of ............................................................................................11
Limited Gaming Control Commission, Colorado..........................................................................19
Lottery Commission, Colorado......................................................................................................20
Low Income Energy Assistance, Colorado Commission on..........................................................32
M
Medical Examiners, State Board of .................................................................................................8
Medical Services Board .................................................................................................................21
Mental Health Advisory Board for Service Standards and Regulations ........................................21
Metropolitan State College of Denver, Board of Trustees.............................................................21
Mined Land Reclamation Board ......................................................................................................5
Minority Business Advisory Council.............................................................................................33
Motion Picture and Television Advisory Commission..................................................................11
Motor Vehicle Dealer Board..........................................................................................................11
N
Natural Areas Council, Colorado...................................................................................................11
Nursing, State Board of..................................................................................................................21
Nursing Home Administrators, Board of Examiners .....................................................................22
O
Oil and Gas Conservation Commission of the State of Colorado..................................................22
Optometric Examiners, State Board of ............................................................................................7
P
Parole, State Board of ....................................................................................................................22
Passenger Tramway Safety Board .................................................................................................12
Peace Officers Standards and Training Board ...............................................................................12
Personnel Board, State ...................................................................................................................12
Petroleum Storage Tank Advisory Committee ..............................................................................31
Pharmacy, State Board of...............................................................................................................23
Physical Fitness, Governor’s Council on .......................................................................................29
Pinnacol Assurance Board of Directors ...........................................................................................1
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Plumbers, Examining Board of......................................................................................................23
Podiatry Board, Colorado ................................................................................................................6
Private Activity Bond Allocations Committee ..............................................................................23
Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors, State Board of Registration for..........23
Public Utilities Commission of the State of Colorado .....................................................................2
R
Racing Commission, Colorado ......................................................................................................24
Read-To-Achieve Board ................................................................................................................24
Real Estate Appraisers, Board of ...................................................................................................24
Real Estate Commission ..................................................................................................................6
Rehabilitation Advisory Council, State .........................................................................................27
S
Scenic and Historic Byways Commission, Colorado ......................................................................2
Science and Technology Education Center Grant Program...........................................................30
Scientific and Cultural Facilities District.........................................................................................8
School for the Deaf and Blind, Advisory Board for the ..................................................................4
School of Mines, Board of Trustees of the Colorado.......................................................................6
Securities Board, The ....................................................................................................................24
Sickle-Cell Anemia Advisory Committee .......................................................................................3
Small Business Council .................................................................................................................33
Southern Ute Indian Tribe/State of Colorado Environmental Control Commission .....................25
Special Funds Board for Workers' Compensation .........................................................................25
State Colleges in Colorado, Board of Trustees ..............................................................................25
State Fair Authority Board of Directors, Colorado........................................................................31
Stock Inspection Commissioners, State Board of ............................................................................8
Student Obligation Bond Authority Board of Directors, Colorado ...............................................26
T
Tony Grampsas Youth Services Board ..........................................................................................25
Tourism Office Board of Directors, Colorado .................................................................................9
Transportation Commission...........................................................................................................25
U
University of Northern Colorado, Board of Trustees for the .........................................................12
Urban Drainage and Flood Control Districts Board of Directors ....................................................3
Utility Consumers Board ...............................................................................................................26
V
Veterans’ Affairs, Colorado Board of............................................................................................13
Veterinary Medicine, State Board of .............................................................................................13
Victims Assistance and Law Enforcement Advisory Board..........................................................13
W
Water and Wastewater Facility Operators Certification Board .....................................................13
Water Conservation Board, Colorado ..............................................................................................3
Water Quality Control Commission ................................................................................................4
Water Resources and Power Development Authority Board of Directors, Colorado....................30
Water Well Construction and Pump Installation Contractors, State Board of Examiners of ........14
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education ....................................................................6
Wildlife Commission ......................................................................................................................5
Women’s Economic Development Advisory Council...................................................................33
Workers’ Compensation Cost Containment Board........................................................................32
Workforce Development Council ..................................................................................................33


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JANUARY 1         CHILD CARE IMPROVEMENT                                 The Historic Preservation State Review Board carries out the
                  OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE                                    duties and responsibilities of the National Preservation Act.
                                                                         They review and make suggestions pertaining to sub-grants and
Number of Members:         3                                             nominations for historic properties.
Length of Terms:           3 years
Pay/Compensation:          None                                          Members should include at least one professional in the areas of
Frequency of Meetings:     Quarterly                                     American history, prehistoric archaeology, historical
Contact:                   Department of Human Services                  archaeology, architecture and architectural history.        The
                                                                         remaining members shall include non-professional citizen
The committee reviews applications from child care providers             members. The majority of the members must consist of
seeking state income tax check-off dollars. The committee                recognized professionals.
grants this money for child care initiatives.
                                                                         * Richard F. Carrillo, La Junta, historical archaeology
The committee shall consist of a representative of the                   * Jon Schler, Grand Junction, public
Department of Human Services, a representative of the child              * David C. Anderson, Golden, historical architecture
care provider community and a representative of the public at-           * George R. Williams, Pueblo, public
large.                                                                   * Patricia R. Flint-Lacey, Dolores, prehistoric archaeology
                                                                         * Andrew Gulliford, Durango, historian
* Andre M. Ransom, Denver, public                                        * Anna R. Scott, Julesburg, public
Scott W. Raun, Denver, Dept. of Human Services                           * James E. Fell, Jr., Louisville, professional in history
Connie L. Levy, Littleton, child care provider                           Penelope London, Denver, public
                                                                         Mary Lou O’Donnell, Evergreen, public
                                                                         Vincent De Baca, Denver, history
JANUARY 1         STATE BOARD OF DENTAL                                  Leslie E. Wildesen, Ph.D., Denver, prehistoric archaeology
                  EXAMINERS                                              Thomas J. Noel, Ph.D., Denver, history
                                                                         Janet D. Ore, Fort Collins, architecture
Number of Members:         10                                            Ann A. Pritzlaff, Castle Rock, public
Length of Terms:           4 years
Pay/Compensation:          Actual expenses                               JANUARY 1        PINNACOL ASSURANCE BOARD OF
Frequency of Meetings:     Monthly                                                        DIRECTORS
Contact:                   Department of Regulatory Agencies
                                                                         Number of Members:      9
The board shall conduct examinations to ascertain the                    Length of Terms:        5 years
qualifications and fitness of applicants for licensure to practice       Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses
dentistry and dental hygiene.                                            Frequency of meetings: Monthly
                                                                         Contact:         Department of Labor and Employment
The board shall consist of five dentist members, two dental              Requires Senate Confirmation
hygienist members and three members from the public.
                                                                         The board oversees the Colorado Compensation Insurance
* Jesse L. Thomas, Denver, public                                        Authority and determines employer premiums payable to the
* Dr. Gene S. Bloom, Denver, dentist                                     fund. The board also offers to provide workers’ compensation
* Kimberly M. Laudenslager, Aurora, dental hygienist                     insurance and employer’s liability insurance covering any
Dr. Thomas W. Hebda, Colorado Springs, dentist                           liability of employers on account of personal injuries sustained
Dr. Scott D. Smith, Englewood, dentist                                   by, or the death of, any employee.
Laura L. Jacob, Littleton, dental hygienist
Susan Spancers, Denver, public                                           Four members shall be employers whose liability is insured by
Dr. Collis Johnson, Denver, dentist                                      Pinnacol Assurance with one being a farmer or rancher. Three
Dr. Mary K. Kane, Fort Collins, dentist                                  members shall be employees of employers whose liability is
Joseph R. Albi, Denver, public                                           insured by Pinnacol Assurance. One member shall be
                                                                         experienced in the management operation of an insurance
                                                                         company. One member shall be experienced in finance or
JANUARY 1         COLORADO HISTORIC                                      investments.
                  PRESERVATION REVIEW BOARD
                                                                         * Donald Moschetti, Center, employer/farmer
Number of Members:         12 to 15                                      * Peter M. Meersman, Aurora, employee
Length of Terms:           2 years                                       * VACANCY, employee
Frequency of Meetings:     Three times per year                          * VACANCY, employee
Pay/Compensation:          Travel expenses                               * VACANCY, finance or investment experience
Contact:                   Colorado Historical Society                   James E. Scholl, Holyoke, employer
                                                                         John F. Kent, Englewood, employer
                                                                         Joel J. Berrian, Littleton, insurance management
                                                                         Diedra A. Garcia, Lakewood, employer
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JANUARY 1         COLORADO SCENIC AND HISTORIC                            JANUARY 20        PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
                  BYWAYS COMMISSION                                                         OF THE STATE OF COLORADO

Number of Members:          15                                            Number of Members:      3
Length of Terms:            3 years                                       Length of Terms:        4 years
Pay/Compensation:           None                                          Pay/Compensation:       $87,070
Frequency of Meetings:      Twice per year                                Frequency of meetings: Full Time
Contact:                    Department of Transportation                  Contact:         Department of Regulatory Agencies
                                                                          Requires Senate Confirmation
The commission works with state agencies, the US Forest
Services, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), local byways                   The Public Utilities Commission regulates telecommunications,
organizations, public and private resources, to assist in the             gas, electric, and transportation utilities. The Commission also
development of byways management plans, including                         establishes regulatory policy for exercising oversight and
interpretation, promotion and protection of distinctive byways            control of the regulated utilities.
characteristics. They also help coordinate the budgeting
process and allocation of federal, state, and private funds for the       No more than two members of the commission shall be
purpose of byway improvement.                                             affiliated with the same political party.

* Beatrice A. Roeder, Colorado Springs, Council for the Arts              * Raymond L. Gifford, Denver, (R)
* Catherine A. Robertson, Grand Junction, BLM                             Paulette “Polly” E. Page, Aurora, (R)
* Karen P. Wade, Denver, National Park Service                            Jim E. Dyer, Durango, (D)
William L. Miller, Cedaredge, Western Slope Byway Org.
Robert I. Storch, Delta, US Forest Service
Senator Ron Teck, Grand Junction, State Legislature                       JANUARY 31        AIR QUALITY CONTROL
Anna R. Scott, Julesburg, Eastern Plains Byway Org.                                         COMMISSION
B. Stephens Parker, Durango, Transportation Commission
Bruce M. Rockwell, Denver, Colorado Historical Society                    Number of Members:      9
Kathy Palmeri, Estes Park, Colorado Tourism Board                         Length of Terms:        3 years
Edward C. Callaway, Mt. Crested Butte, Colorado Open Lands                Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses
Tom Norton, Greeley, Dept. of Transportation, POG                         Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
Bob Brooks, Parker, Dept. of Local Affairs, POG                           Contact: Department of Public Health and Environment
Greg Walcher, Palisade, Dept. of Natural Resources, POG                   Requires Senate Confirmation
Georgianna Contiguglia, Denver, Co. Historical Society, POG
                                                                          The commission designs and implements plans to assure
JANUARY 15        BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE                               attainment and maintenance of national ambient air quality
                  COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY                               standards and to prevent significant deterioration of air quality.
                  SYSTEM
                                                                          Appointments to the commission shall be made so as to include
Number of Members:      15, 9 appointed by the Governor                   persons with appropriate scientific, technical, industrial, labor,
Length of Terms:        4 years                                           agriculture and legal training. Three members shall have
Pay/Compensation:       Travel expenses                                   appropriate private sector, technical, or industrial employment
Frequency of Meetings: Eight times per year                               experience. No more than five members shall be from one
Contact:                Department of Higher Education                    political party.
Requires Senate Confirmation
                                                                          * Michael Mueller, Littleton, (D)
This is the governing board for Colorado State University, Fort           * Marian Smith, Glenwood Springs, (U)
Collins and the Colorado State University, Pueblo. The board              * Douglas R. Lawson, Littleton, (R)
selects the presidents of these schools and generally oversees            Robert E. Brady, Jr., Lakewood, (R)
the schools, including determination of salaries and tuition,             Stephanie A. Foote, Denver, (R)
conferring degrees and carrying out other legal functions. At             Jim Evans, Grand Junction, (U)
least two of the nine members must have some connection with              Robert H. Lowdermilk, Denver, (R)
agriculture.                                                              Doug N. Blewitt, Englewood, (U)
                                                                          Cynthia S. Peterson, Littleton, (D)
* Donald A. Hamstra, Brighton
* Jeff Shoemaker, Denver
Wesley Segelke, Englewood
Pat Broe, Denver
Dr. Reginald L. Washington, Castle Rock
Paula E. Sandoval, Denver
Patrick A. Grant, Englewood
A. Fred Kerst, Ph.D., Fort Collins
Charles W. Smith, Pueblo
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JANUARY 31          STATE HOUSING BOARD                                JANUARY 31         URBAN DRAINAGE AND FLOOD
                                                                                          CONTROL DISTRICTS BOARD OF
Number of Members:      7                                                                 DIRECTORS
Length of Terms:        4 years
Pay/Compensation:       Necessary expenses                             Number of Members:       15, 4 appointed by the Governor
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                         Length of Terms:         2 years
Contact:                Department of Local Affairs                    Pay/Compensation:        None
Requires Senate Confirmation                                           Frequency of Meetings:   As needed
                                                                       Contact:                 Governor’s Office
The board is responsible for advising the Housing Director on
funding applications for statewide housing grants and loans.           The board assists local governments in the planning, design,
The board is also responsible for establishing construction or         construction, and maintenance of multi-jurisdictional drainage
installation standards for manufactured housing products, as           and flood control districts.
well as, motels, hotels and non-residential units in non-locally
regulated areas.                                                       The Governor appoints a mayor from Jefferson, Arapahoe,
                                                                       Boulder and Adams counties. Each must be a mayor of a
The Governor shall appoint at least one member from each               municipality with a population of hundred thousand or less.
congressional district. No more than four members may be
from any one political party.                                          * Mayor Gretchen Cerveny, Wheatridge
                                                                       * Mayor Beverly J. Bradshaw, Englewood
* William T. Sullivan, Denver, (D), CD1                                Mayor Noel I. Busck, Thornton
* Rick L. Padilla, Denver, (D), CD1                                    Mayor Susan Spence, Superior
* Peter H. Neukirch, Littleton, (R), CD6
* Janet S. Oldham, Louisville, (D), CD2
* Laurie L. Bower, Edwards, (U), CD3                                   FEBRUARY 12        COLORADO WATER
* Rose A. Durham, Colorado Springs, (R), CD5                                              CONSERVATION BOARD
* VACANCY, CD4
                                                                       Number of Members:      13, 9 appointed by the Governor
The composition of this board will change as of January 1,             Length of Terms:        3 years
2003 due to the addition of the Seventh Congressional District         Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses
                                                                       Frequency of Meetings: 6 to 8 times a year
                                                                       Contact:                Department of Natural Resources
JANUARY 31       SICKLE-CELL ANEMIA                                    Requires Senate Confirmation
                 ADVISORY COMMITTEE
                                                                       It is the duty of the board to promote the conservation of the
Number of Members:      11                                             waters in the State of Colorado.
Length of Terms:        4 years
Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses                                The members shall be qualified electors and well versed in
Frequency of Meetings   1-3 times per year                             water matters. Four members shall be from the western slope
Contact: University of Colorado School of Medicine                     and five members from the eastern slope. Of the eastern slope
                                                                       members, one shall be from each of the Rio Grande, North
The committee advises the University of Colorado School of             Platte, Arkansas, South Platte Drainage Basin outside the City
Medicine on the operation of the Sickle-Cell Anemia Treatment          and County of Denver and the City and County of Denver
and Research Center.                                                   drainage basins. Of the western slope members, one shall be
                                                                       from each of the Yampa-White, Colorado, Gunnison-
The eleven members shall represent hospitals, voluntary                Uncompahgre and San Miguel-Delores-San Juan drainage
agencies, medical specialists and the general public. No group         basins. No more than five appointees shall be members of the
shall have more than four representatives on the committee.            same political party.

* Paul Lewis, Denver, voluntary agency                                 * Eric W. Wilkinson, Fort Collins, (R), South Platte
* Willie L. Straws, Colorado Springs, public member                    * Robert O. Burr, Walden, (R), North Platte
Thomas J. Bennett, Jr., Colorado Springs, voluntary agency             * Marcus Catlin, Montrose, (D), Gunnison-Uncompahgre
Dr. John P. Reasoner, Colorado Springs, medical specialist             David H. Smith, Meeker, (R), Yampa-White
James M. Stewart, Colorado Springs, public member                      Gregory K. Hoskin, Grand Junction, (D), Colorado
Marva Houston, Deer Trail, voluntary agency                            Carolyn L. McIntosh, Denver, (D), City and County of Denver
Dr. Daniel Ambruso, Denver, medical specialist                         Raymond B. Wright, Monte Vista, (R), Rio Grande
Nancy Fielder, Colorado Springs, voluntary agency                      Harold E. Miskel, Colorado Springs, (R), Arkansas
Alice Langley, Denver, public member                                   Donald Schwindt, Cortez, (D), San Miguel-Dolores-San Juan
Dr. John H. Githens, Denver, medical specialist
James E. Caldwell, Englewood, public member


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FEBRUARY 15 STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS                                  FEBRUARY 26         ADVISORY BOARD FOR THE
            OF ARCHITECTS                                                                 COLORADO SCHOOL FOR THE
                                                                                          DEAF AND BLIND
Number of Members:        7
Length of Terms:          4 years                                     Number of Members:        5
Pay/Compensation:         Per Diem and travel expenses                Length of Terms:          4 years
Frequency of Meetings:    Eight times per year                        Pay/Compensation:         Actual expenses
Contact:                  Department of Regulatory Agencies           Frequency of Meetings:    As needed
                                                                      Contact:                  Department of Education
The board examines and licenses qualified architect applicants.
The Board also investigates charges of negligence and takes           The board shall advise and consult with the Commissioner of
appropriate disciplinary action against licensees.                    Education with respect to the management of the Colorado
                                                                      School for the Deaf and Blind and the education of the school’s
Four of the members shall be architects licensed in this state        students.
who have been engaged in the practice of the profession for at
least five years prior to appointment. One member shall be a          Members of the board cannot be employees of the Colorado
licensed general building contractor in Colorado and two              School for the Deaf and Blind.
members shall be representatives of the public.
                                                                      * Douglas J. Miles, Manitou Springs
* Bertram A. Bruton, Denver, architect                                * C. Susan Stewart, Colorado Springs
* Nicholas A. Jovene, Denver, general building contractor             David S. Ek, Colorado Springs
Charles F. Brenner, Carbondale, architect                             Ronald Harlow, Englewood
Duane A. Boyle, Colorado Springs, architect                           Heidi L. Zimmer, Gunnison
Daniel Sandoval, Pueblo, public member
Linda T. Smith, Littleton, public member
Karen L. W. Harris, Aurora, architect                                 MARCH 1          STATE AGRICULTURAL COMMISSION

                                                                      Number of Members:      9
FEBRUARY 15        WATER QUALITY CONTROL                              Length of Terms:        4 years
                   COMMISSION                                         Pay/Compensation:       Travel expenses
                                                                      Frequency of Meetings: Every three months
Number of Members:      9                                             Contact:                Department of Agriculture
Length of Terms:        3 years                                       Requires Senate Confirmation
Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and necessary expenses
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                        The commission formulates policy with respect to the
Contact: Department of Public Health and Environment                  management of the Department of Agriculture, including
Requires Senate Confirmation                                          advising the Commissioner, the General Assembly and the
                                                                      Governor on matters pertaining to agriculture within this state.
The commission is responsible for developing and maintaining
a comprehensive and effective program for the prevention,             Two members shall be appointed from each agricultural district
control and abatement of water pollution of the waters in             in this state. One of the two members shall be from each major
Colorado.                                                             political party. Each member must be actively engaged in the
                                                                      business of agriculture. The representation of any agricultural
At least two members shall be from the western slope and the          commodity organization shall not represent a majority of the
remainder from the state at large.                                    commission. One member is appointed from the state at large.

* Richard C. Kraft, Fort Morgan                                       * Daniel C. Webster, Greeley, (R), At Large
* Tai-Dan Hsu, Morrison                                               * Penny H. Lewis, Kremmling, (R), Ag Dist 4
* Robert T. Sakata, Brighton                                          * Steven D. Ela, Hotchkiss, (D), Ag Dist 4
Dr. Chris J. Wiant, Aurora                                            * VACANCY, Ag Dist 1
Martha E. Rudolph, Denver                                             * VACANCY, Ag Dist 3
Paul L. Grundemann, Castle Rock                                       Max L. Harper, Yuma, (D), Ag Dist 2
Brice F. Lee, Jr., Hesperus                                           Bradley A. Rock, Hudson, (R), Ag Dist 2
Brian M. Nazarenus, Boulder                                           Glen P. Murray, Brighton, (D), Ag Dist 1
Sybill R. Navas, Vail                                                 Kelly A. Spitzer, Wiley, (R), Ag Dist 3




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MARCH 1          STATE BOARD OF HEALTH                                 MARCH 1          MINED LAND RECLAMATION BOARD

Number of Members:      9                                              Number of Members:      7, 5 appointed by the Governor
Length of Terms:        4 years                                        Length of Terms:        4 years
Pay/Compensation:       $50 per diem and actual expenses               Pay/Compensation:       $50 per diem and actual expenses
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                         Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
Contact: Department of Public Health and Environment                   Contact:                Department of Natural Resources
Requires Senate Confirmation                                           Requires Senate Confirmation

The State Board of Health acts as an advisory counsel to the           The board was created in 1976 to carry out mandates of the
executive director and determines general policies for the             Mined Land Reclamation Act. The Board works with the
division of administration in administering and enforcing public       Division of Minerals and Geology to enforce reclamation laws.
health laws and orders. The board’s rulemaking jurisdiction is
diverse and covers areas from solid waste rules to disease             The Governor appoints five members to the board. Three
reporting requirements.                                                members shall have substantial experience in agriculture or
                                                                       conservation (no more than two from either agriculture or
The Governor shall appoint a member from each congressional            conservation) and two members shall have substantial
district in the state. The remaining members are appointed from        experience in the mining industry.
the state at large. One member must be a county commissioner.
No more than five members shall be from the same major                 * Charles B. McCulloh, Craig, mining industry
political party and no business or professional group shall            * Joe R. Janosec, Craig, conservation
constitute a majority of the board.                                    * Ira J. Paulin, Holly, agriculture
                                                                       Harry J. Javernick, Lakewood, mining industry
* Dr. Vander M. Barkett, Salida, (R), CD3                              Dr. Catherine Kraeger-Rovey, Denver, conservation
* Laura J. Davis, Thornton, (R), CD2
* Dr. Hai Phong Bui, Lakewood, (R), CD6
* Jeanne T. McGinnis, Golden, (D), CD6                                 MARCH 1          WILDLIFE COMMISSION
* Glenn H. Schlabs, Colorado Springs, (D), CD5
* Kindra K. Mulch, Burlington, (D), CD4                                Number of Members:      9
* David A. Sprecace, Denver, (R), CD1                                  Length of Terms:        4 years
* Dr. Franklyn N. Judson, Denver, (R), CD1                             Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses
* Commissioner Charlotte Bobicki, Alamosa, (D), CD3                    Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
                                                                       Contact:                Department of Natural Resources
The composition of this board will change as of January 1,             Requires Senate Confirmation
2003 due to the addition of the Seventh Congressional District
                                                                       The commission is responsible for all wildlife management,
MARCH 1          STATE BOARD OF HUMAN SERVICES                         licensing requirements and the promulgation of rules,
                                                                       regulations and orders concerning wildlife programs in the
Number of Members:      9                                              state.
Length of Terms:        4 years
Pay/Compensation:       Travel expenses                                Five of the members shall be from each of the five wildlife
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                         commissioner districts (see map page 34). The remaining four
Contact:                Department of Human Services                   members shall be from the public at large. No more than two of
Requires Senate Confirmation                                           the members may be from any one district. One member of the
                                                                       commission shall be appointed from the following categories:
The board shall advise the Executive Director of the                   livestock producers, agricultural or produce growers, sportsmen
Department, adopt state rules, and adjust the minimum award            or outfitters, wildlife organizations and county commissioners.
for old age pensions for changes in the cost of living. Three of       No more than four of the members shall be from the same
the members shall be county commissioners. The remaining               political party.
board members shall be from the public. No member can be a
recipient of a pension under the Colorado Old Age Pension              * Rick M. Enstrom, Lakewood, (U), WCD5, sportsmen
statutes.                                                              * Hon. Marianna M. Raftopoulos, Craig, (R), WCD1, county
                                                                          commissioner
* Hon. John L. Klomp, Pueblo, County Commissioner                      Olive K. Valdez, Antonito, (D), WCD2, public
* Youlon D. Savage, Denver, public member                              Thomas M. Burke, Grand Junction, (R), WCD1, wildlife org.
* Hon. Duncan S. Bremer, Monument, County Commissioner                 Brad W. Phelps, Parlin, (U), WCD2, livestock producer
* Hon. Harold R. Klein, Jr., La Junta, County Commissioner             Bernard L. Black, Denver, (U), WCD5, public
* Arthur W. Hogling, Ph.D., Evergreen, public member                   Jeffrey A. Crawford, Englewood (R), WCD5, public
Shirl McGuire-Belden, Grand Junction, public member                    Philip J. James, Fort Collins, (R), WCD3, public
Carole J. Custer, Westcliffe, public member                            Hon. Robert Shoemaker, Canon City, (D), WCD4,
Bruce B. Bass, Brush, public member                                        agriculture
Patricia D. Baca, Denver, public member
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MARCH 13          COLORADO CIVIL RIGHTS                                MARCH 23         BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE
                  COMMISSION                                                            COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES

Number of Members:      7                                              Number of Members:      8, 7 appointed by the Governor
Length of Terms:        4 years                                        Length of Terms:        4 years
Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses                   Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                         Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
Contact:                Department of Regulatory Agencies              Contact:                Department of Higher Education
Requires Senate Confirmation                                           Requires Senate Confirmation

The commission investigates and conducts hearings concerning           The board makes policy for and oversees the operation of the
complaints alleging illegal discrimination in employment,              Colorado School of Mines.
housing, and public accommodations. The commission hears
cases on appeal and sets policy for the division. Among the            At least four, and not more than five members shall be
commission’s other duties are to study the existence and nature        graduates of the Colorado School of Mines with a degree
of discrimination and form plans for eliminating it through            conferred not less than ten years prior to the appointment.
education, independently and in cooperation with other groups
whose purposes are consistent with the commission’s, to                * John K. Coors, Evergreen, graduate
recommend policies to the Governor and the General Assembly            * David J. Wagner, Englewood, non-graduate
concerning illegal discrimination, to intervene in intergroup          F. Steven Mooney, Englewood, graduate
tensions and offer informal mediation, and to promote good will        Karen Ostrander-Krug, Golden, graduate
among various racial, religious, and ethnic groups in the state.       Terrance G. Tschatschula, Denver, non-graduate
                                                                       Hugh W. Evans, Boulder, graduate
Two members shall represent the business community, at least           Michael S. Nyikos, Grand Junction, non-graduate
one representing small business. Two members shall represent
state or local government entities and three shall be public
members. The membership of the commission shall at all times           MARCH 28       WESTERN INTERSTATE COMMISSION
be comprised of at least four members of groups of people who                         FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
have been or who might have been discriminated against as
defined in C.R.S. 24-34-402 and no more than four members              Number of Members:        3
may be from the same political party.                                  Length of Terms:          4 years
                                                                       Pay/Compensation:         Actual expenses
* David Zaterman, Cherry Hills Village, (R), public                    Frequency of Meetings:    At least once per year
* Edward L. Griego, Trinidad, (D), business community                  Contact:                  Department of Higher Education
Jacque Stafford, Grand Junction, (R), small business
James R. Sullivan, Larkspur, (R), local government                     The commission works in conjunction with other western states
Delio D. Tamayo, Aurora, (D), public                                   in studying the needs of professional and graduate facilities,
Dana S. Hiatt, Fort Collins, (D), public                               resources for meeting such needs and their long-range affects
Ed A. Jones, Colorado Springs, (R), local government                   on higher education.

MARCH 17         COLORADO PODIATRY BOARD                               The Governor of each participating state appoints three
                                                                       members. One of these members must be an educator engaged
Number of Members:        5                                            in the field of higher education.
Length of Terms:          4 years
Pay/Compensation:         Per Diem and expenses                        * William F. Byers, Fruita
Frequency of Meetings:    Quarterly                                    William G. Kuepper, Nederland
Contact:                  Department of Regulatory Agencies            Tim Foster, Englewood

The board issues licenses to qualified applicants to be
podiatrists. The board also enforces minimum standards of              APRIL 12         REAL ESTATE COMMISSION
practice as set by law and investigates charges of negligence
and takes appropriate disciplinary action against licensees.           Number of Members:        5
                                                                       Length of Terms:          3 years
Four of the members shall be licensed podiatrists and one              Pay/Compensation:         Per Diem and actual expenses
member shall be a representative of the public.                        Frequency of Meetings:    Monthly
                                                                       Contact:                  Department of Regulatory Agencies
* John M. Feild, D.P.M., Grand Junction, podiatrist
Hugh W. Murray, D.P.M., Aurora, podiatrist                             The commission regulates the licensing and conduct of real
Lisa Sullivan, D.P.M., Arvada, podiatrist                              estate brokers and salespeople, subdivision developers and pre-
Ronda G. Ammon, D.P.M., Colorado Springs, podiatrist                   owned home warranty service companies.
Janice Hope Ferguson, Denver, public

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Three of the members shall be real estate brokers with at least        The board issues licenses to qualified applicants to be
five years experience in the real estate business in Colorado.         optometrists. The board also enforces minimum standards of
One member shall have expertise in subdivision development             practice as set by law, investigates charges of negligence, and
and one member shall represent the public.                             takes appropriate action against licensees.

* Buck Blessing, Colorado Springs, real estate broker                  The board consists of five optometrists, each of whom must
* Ted Bryant, Lakewood, real estate broker                             have been licensed and practicing for at least five years prior to
* Firooza Moorhead, Littleton, public                                  appointment.       The two remaining members shall be
Kenneth Williams, Fort Collins, subdivision development                representatives of the public.
Robert L. Bray, Grand Junction, real estate broker
                                                                       * Diane E. Reddin, O.D., Crawford, optometrist
APRIL 15         GREAT OUTDOORS COLORADO                               Randy W. Ash, O.D., Denver, optometrist
                 TRUST FUND BOARD                                      Joanne Hendrick, O.D., Monument, optometrist
                                                                       Lenwarde P. Beasley, Thornton, public
Number of Members:      17, 14 appointed by the Governor               Helen H. Wilson, O.D., Denver, optometrist
Length of Terms:        4 years                                        Andrew F. Cornelius, Pueblo, public
Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses                   Karen R. Wharton, O.D., Golden, optometrist
Frequency of Meetings: Approximately seven times per year
Contact:                Department of Natural Resources
Requires Senate Confirmation                                           APRIL 30          COLLECTION AGENCY BOARD

The board manages the Great Outdoors Colorado Trust Fund,              Number of Members:         5
which receives a portion of Colorado Lottery proceeds. It uses         Length of Terms:           3 years
that money to make investments through Colorado State Parks            Pay/Compensation:          Per Diem and actual expenses
and the Colorado Division of Wildlife and award grants to local        Frequency of Meetings:     As needed
governments and land trusts. Funds are used for open space and         Contact:                   Department of Law
wildlife habitat protection, species protection, environmental
education programs, enhancements to state parks, trails, and           The board serves as an advisory body to the Executive Director
local park and outdoor recreation projects.                            of the Consumer Section of the Attorney General’s Office. The
                                                                       board receives applications for collection agency licenses,
The Governor appoints two members from each of the                     investigates the applicant and recommends if a license should
congressional districts in the state. At least two members shall       be issued.
reside west of the continental divide. At least one member shall
represent agricultural interests. No two representatives of any        All members shall be residents of the state and three members
one congressional district shall be of the same political party.       shall have been engaged in the collection business. Two
                                                                       members of the board shall be representatives of the public and
* A. Gordon Rippey, Denver, (R), CD1                                   not engaged in the collection business.
* Robert L. Perletz, Boulder, (U), CD2
* Hon T. Wright Dickinson, Maybell, (R), CD3, agricultural             * Beverly Vawter, Durango, general public
  interest                                                             * William L. Boettcher, Longmont, collection business
* Gerald Faust, Las Animas, (R), CD4                                   Matthew D. Laws, Fort Morgan, collection business
* Judith B. Sellers, Colorado Springs, (D), CD5                        Alex A. Holt, Evergreen, general public
* Jeffrey A. Crawford, Englewood, (R), CD6                             Michael V. Shoop, Greeley, collection business
Leonard W. Gregory, Pueblo, (D), CD3
James R. Sullivan, Larkspur, (R), CD5
Charles R. “Buck” Frederickson, Englewood, (D), CD1                    MAY 1       GROUND WATER COMMISSION
Claire M. O’Neal, Holyoke, (D), CD4
Joan Harned, Gypsum, (R), CD2                                          Number of Members:      12, 9 appointed by the Governor
Greg W. Romberg, Evergreen, (D), CD6                                   Length of Terms:        4 years
Ruben A. Valdez, Lakewood, (D), CD7                                    Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses
Hon. Norma Anderson, Lakewood, (R), CD7                                Frequency of Meetings: Quarterly
                                                                       Contact:                Department of Natural Resources
APRIL 15         STATE BOARD OF OPTOMETRIC                             Requires Senate Confirmation
                 EXAMINERS
                                                                       The commission determines and alters designated ground water
Number of Members:        7                                            basins by geographic description and holds hearings for persons
Length of Terms:          4 years                                      desiring to appropriate designated ground water for beneficial
Pay/Compensation:         Per Diem and actual expenses                 use. The commission is responsible for the development of
Frequency of Meetings:    Quarterly                                    policies and procedures for maximum economic development,
Contact:                  Department of Regulatory Agencies            as well as the protection of the vested rights of the designated
                                                                       ground water basins of the state.

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Six of the members shall be resident agriculturists of designated        * Bruce N. Calonge, M.D., Greenwood Village, doctor of
ground water basins, with no more than two from the same                   medicine
ground water basin. One member shall be from water division              * Warren T. Johnson, M.D., Brighton, doctor of medicine
3. Two members shall be representatives of municipal or                  * Denzel F. Hartshorn, M.D., Grand Junction, doctor of medicine
industrial water users of the state.                                     * Karen J. Quinn, Denver, public member
                                                                         Tarek T. Arja, D.O., Limon, doctor of osteopathy
* Robert R. Loose, Wiggins, Upper Black Squirrel Basin                   J. Joshua Kopelman, M.D., Greenwood Village, doctor of
* Charles “Max” Smith, Walsh, S. High Plains Basin                         medicine
Dennis W. Coryell, Burlington, N. High Plains Basin                      Randi Bollenbach, Denver, public member
Larry W. Clever, Grand Junction, municipal and industrial                Eugene M. Eby, M.D., Englewood, doctor of medicine
   users                                                                 Carmen D. Davila-Toro, M.D., Denver, doctor of medicine
Eugene A. Bauerle, Julesburg, N. High Plains Basin                       Patrick O. Faricy, M.D., Colorado Springs, doctor of medicine
Richard F. Huwa, Keenesburg, Lost Creek Basin                            Sue Radcliff, Glendale, public member
Earnest L. Mikita, Calhan, Upper Big Sandy Basin                         Lois W. Bair, Jr., M.D., Grand Junction, doctor of osteopathy
Ralph G. Curtis, Alamosa, Water Division 3                               Robert C. Leivers, Colorado Springs, public member
Frank P. Jaeger, Elizabeth, municipal and industrial users

                                                                         MAY 15      SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL
MAY 1       STATE BOARD OF STOCK INSPECTION                                          FACILITIES DISTRICT
            COMMISSIONERS
                                                                         Number of Members:          9, 3 appointed by the Governor
Number of Members:         5                                             Length of Terms:            3 years
Length of Terms:           4 years                                       Pay/Compensation:           Necessary expenses
Pay/Compensation:          Travel expenses                               Frequency of Meetings:      Monthly
Frequency of Meetings:     Quarterly                                     Contact:                    Governor’s Office
Contact:                   Department of Agriculture
                                                                         Scientific and Cultural Facilities District collects and distributes
The board makes rules regarding brand inspection and livestock           a 1/10 of 1% sales and use tax in the seven county metro
laws and regulates fees for stock inspections.                           Denver area. The board oversees a formula distribution of the
                                                                         revenue to over 300 cultural organizations. The tax encourages
The members shall be engaged in the production of feeding of             and sustains cultural facilities and assists in promoting
cattle or sheep and one shall be an operator of a cattle feedlot.        economic vitality and tourism.

* John D. Davis, Lindon                                                  The Governor shall appoint representatives from different
* Richard H. Tanner, Yoder                                               segments of society, including, but not limited to, business,
Linda S. Ingo, Ridgway                                                   education, government, and foundation management.
Lee Spann, Gunnison
Roger W. Hickert, Akron, cattle feedlot                                  * Morton Marks, Englewood
                                                                         * Marcy H. Benson, Denver
                                                                         * Grace Hernandez Fink, Lakewood
MAY 3       STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS

Number of Members:         13                                            MAY 18        STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC
Length of Terms:           4 years                                                     EXAMINERS
Pay/Compensation:          Actual expenses
Frequency of Meetings:     Monthly                                       Number of Members:          5
Contact:                   Department of Regulatory Agencies             Length of Terms:            4 years
                                                                         Pay/Compensation:           Per Diem and actual expenses
The board reviews applications and cases, holds hearings, and            Frequency of Meetings:      Monthly
aids the State Attorney General's Office in the prosecution of all       Contact:                    Department of Regulatory Agencies
persons, firms, associations, or corporations charged with the
violation of any provisions of the Medical Practices Act.                The board is responsible for making rules and regulations
                                                                         dealing with the chiropractic profession in Colorado. The board
Seven of the member shall have degrees of doctor of medicine             also grants licenses to qualified applicants, approves
and two members shall have degrees of doctor of osteopathy.              chiropractic schools and conducts hearings regarding
The physician members must have been licensed and active in              complaints against licensed chiropractors.
their professions for at least five years. Four members shall be
from the public at large.                                                Four members must be licensed practicing chiropractors in
                                                                         Colorado for five years prior to their appointment. One
                                                                         member must represent the public.


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* James A. Thatcher, D.C., Monument, chiropractor                     * Robert B. Weisenbach, Boulder, hotel and lodging industry
* Sherrie Vincent, Arvada, public member                              * Robert B. Hahn, Denver, food and restaurant industry
Jeanne M. DesRoche, D.C., Englewood, chiropractor                     * John E. Thomas, Westminster, tourism-related transportation
Reiner G. Kremer, D.C., Franktown, chiropractor                       Douglas L. Jones, Denver, at large tourism industry
Bruce L. Shotts, D.C., Loveland, chiropractor                         Nancy E. Lewis, Colorado Springs, tourism-related retail
                                                                      Steve Szapor, Jr., Highlands Ranch, private travel attractions
                                                                      Andre A. Gutierrez, Colorado Springs, at large tourism industry
MAY 18              ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON                             Eugene Dilbeck, Denver, cultural event and facility groups
                    GOVERNMENTAL ACCOUNTING                           Sarah L. MacQuiddy, Greeley, destination marketing industry
                                                                      Robert A. Kunkel, Durango, ski industry
Number of Members:      6                                             Kathy Palmeri, Estes Park, other outdoor recreation
Length of Terms:        4 years
Pay/Compensation:       None
Frequency of Meetings: Annually                                       JUNE 9            COLORADO INSTITUTE OF
Contact:                State Auditor’s Office                                          TECHNOLOGY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Requires Senate Confirmation
                                                                      Number of Members:         14, 13 appointed by the Governor
The committee advises and assists the State Auditor’s Office          Length of Terms:           4 years
with governmental accounting.                                         Pay/Compensation:          None
                                                                      Frequency of Meetings:     Quarterly
One member shall be a member of the Colorado Society of               Contact:                   Office of Innovation and Technology
Certified Public Accountants. Five members shall be active in
finance matters either as elected officials of finance officers       The mission of the institute shall be to promote, advance and
employed by a unit of local government representing the               sustain the state of Colorado as a premier location for the
following levels of local government: counties, cities and            technology industry. The institute shall work through a
towns, school districts and junior college districts and local        partnership with institutions of higher education and the
improvement or special service districts.                             technology industry. The institution shall ensure the availability
                                                                      of an adequate, highly qualified labor market to support the
* Kevin F. Collins, Franktown, certified public accountant            state’s technology industry. The institute shall support and
* VACANCY, special service districts                                  promote efforts to attract and retain new and emerging
* Michael S. Clark, Denver, city and county government                technology businesses and establish the state as a worldwide
John D. Musso, Pueblo, school and Jr. College district                center for the innovation and development of technology
Leona K. James, Montrose, city and town government                    processes, products, and services.
Terry L. Funderburk, Westminster, county government
                                                                      The Governor shall appoint six members who are chief
                                                                      executive officers, or a chief executive officer’s designee, of a
JUNE 1       COLORADO TOURISM OFFICE                                  state supported or nonpublic institution of higher education or
             BOARD OF DIRECTORS                                       the executive director, or the executive director’s designee, of
                                                                      the Colorado commission on higher education or the office of
Number of Members:      13, 11 appointed by the Governor              innovation and technology. At least one member shall be from
Length of Terms:        4 years                                       a nonpublic institution of higher education. Seven members
Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses                               shall represent both large and small firms in the technology
Frequency of Meetings: Quarterly                                      industry.
Contact:       Governor’s Office of Economic Development
Requires Senate Confirmation                                          * Afshin Mohebbi, Englewood, firm in tech. industry
                                                                      * Michael J. Sheeran, Denver, CEO of institution of higher ed.
The board sets and administers policies within the Colorado           * Glenn R. Jones, Denver, firm in the tech. industry
Tourism Office for the promotion and development of travel            * Lawrence W. Hambly, Broomfield, firm in tech. industry
and tourism activities benefiting the state.                          * Ralph Nagel, Denver, firm in the tech. industry
                                                                      * Kevin O’Hara, Boulder, firm in the tech. industry
The Governor appoints representatives consisting of:                  * VACANCY, firm in tech. industry
   • two representatives of at large tourism based industry           * VACANCY, firm in tech. industry
   • one representative of the hotel and lodging industry             Timothy E. Foster, Littleton, Exec. Director of CCHE
                                                                      Marc Holtzman, Carbondale, Exec. Director of OIT
   • one representative of the food and restaurant industry
                                                                      Daniel L. Ritchie, Denver, CEO of institution of higher ed.
   • one representative of the ski industry
                                                                      Elizabeth Hoffman, Boulder, CEO of institution of higher ed.
   • one representative of private travel attractions & casinos       Albert C. Yates, Fort Collins, CEO of institution of higher ed.
   • one representative of other outdoor recreation industry          John J. Hansen, Longmont, CEO of institution of higher ed.
   • one representative of tourism-related retail industry
   • one representative of the destination marketing industry
   • one representative of cultural event and facility groups
   • one representative of tourism-related transportation ind.
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JUNE 27           STATE BOXING COMMISSION                                No more than four members shall be from the same political
                                                                         party.
Number of Members:         7, 3 appointed by the Governor
Length of Terms:           3 years                                       * Mary A. Fairchild, Denver, (D)
Pay/Compensation:          Actual expenses                               * Katherine Spines, Boulder, (R)
Frequency of Meetings:     Quarterly                                     Tucker H. Adams, Colorado Springs, (R)
Contact:                   Department of Regulatory Agencies             James C. Lewien, Aurora, (R)
                                                                         Andrea C. Dikeou, Denver, (R)
The commission shall issue rules for the regulation of the               Stephen S. Swanson, Basalt, (D)
conduct, promotion, and performance of live boxing and                   H. Ben Weindling, Pueblo, (D)
kickboxing matches in the state.

All members shall be residents of Colorado and not have been             JUNE 30 STATE INTERAGENCY COORDINATING
convicted of any felony or match related offense.                                COUNCIL

* Ralph Dabney, Aurora                                                   Number of Members:          As many as needed
Daniel I. Miraflor, Denver                                               Length of Terms:            2 years
Stephen C. Zotos, Castle Rock                                            Pay/Compensation:           Actual expenses
                                                                         Frequency of Meetings:      4-6 times per year
                                                                         Contact:                    Department of Human Services
JUNE 30           EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL
                  FACILITIES AUTHORITY BOARD OF                          The council advises the Colorado Department of Education on
                  DIRECTORS                                              implementing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
                                                                         through a statewide interagency system that provides early
Number of Members:       7                                               intervention services for infants and toddler with disabilities and
Length of Terms:         4 years                                         their families.
Pay/Compensation:        Travel Expenses
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                           Membership consists of:
Contact:         Educational and Cultural Facilities Authority             • at least 20% of the members shall be parents
Requires Senate Confirmation                                               • at least 20% of the members shall be providers of early
                                                                                intervention services
The board lends money to institutions of post-secondary                    • at least one state legislator
education as well as acquires, constructs and repairs properties           • at least one member involved in personnel preparation
and facilities to be used as educational or cultural facilities.           • at least one member from each state agency involved in
                                                                                early intervention services to toddlers and infants
No more than four members shall be from the same political                 • at least one member from each state educational agency
party.                                                                          responsible for preschool services to children with
                                                                                disabilities
* Forrest M. Cason, Lafayette, (R)                                         • at least one member shall be from the state agency
* David H. Kast, Colorado Springs, (R)                                          responsible for health insurance
Marvin W. Buckels, Denver, (D)                                             • one representative of a Head Start Agency
Loretta P. Martinez, Denver, (D)
Ann C. Kiley, Denver, (D)                                                * Michelle D. Padilla, Brighton, parent
K.C. Veio, Denver, (R)                                                   * Hon. Lynn Hefley, Colorado Springs, legislator
Frances L. Schoneck, Greeley, (R)                                        * Richard L. Jefferson, Ignacio, services provider
                                                                         * Marsha L. Duckworth, Grand Junction, parent
                                                                         * Jacqueline W. Wade, Boulder, parent
JUNE 30           COLORADO BOARD OF DIRECTORS                            * Karen D. Rogers, Aurora, Co. Commission on Indian Affairs
                  HEALTH FACILITIES AUTHORITY                            * Mary B. Grimmer, Broomfield, services provider
                                                                         * Janet M. Ladd, Sedalia, services provider
Number of Members:      7                                                * Josephine M. Gonzales, Pueblo, parent
Length of Terms:        4 years                                          * Stacey N. Kennedy, Wellington, parent
Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem                                         Lucas A. Lucero, Leadville, parent
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly and special meetings                      Christine Collins, Steamboat Springs, services provider
Contact:                Governor’s Office                                Eileen T. Forlenza, Highlands Ranch, services provider
Requires Senate Confirmation                                             Lori Quintana-Sanchez, Littleton, parent
                                                                         Debra S. Mahler, Denver, services provider
The authority enables nonprofit health institutions to refund or         Donna J. Fransua, Thornton, services provider
refinance outstanding indebtedness and to provide additional             Michelle N. Kaiser, Sterling, services provider
facilities and structures, which are needed to promote the health        Pamela A. Christy, Parker, parent
and welfare of the people of the state.                                  Suzanne K. Adams, Denver, personnel preparation
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Julie A. Harmon, Colorado Springs, parent                              At least one member shall be appointed from each
Dr. James C. Ledbetter, Denver, licensed physician                     congressional district. No more than five members shall be of
Shannon Altenhofen, Denver, Head Start Agency                          the same major political party.
Sydney Bernard-Hogling, Evergreen, services provider
Carla Hale, Broomfield, services provider                              * Michael S. Booz, Englewood, (R), CD5
Elizabeth W. Soper Hepp, Denver, Dept. of Education, POG               * Joel C. Ehrlich, Nederland, (D), CD2
Beverly Hirsekorn, Denver, D.D. Planning Council, POG                  * Daniel J. O’Brien, Englewood, (R), CD5
William G. Bane, Lakewood, Dept. of Human Services, POG                * David F. Emrich, Denver, (D), CD1
Kathy Watters, Denver, Dept. of Public Health and Env., POG            * Donna D. Dewey, Lakewood, (D), CD6
Sheila G. Peil, Conifer, Denver, Dept. of Human Services, POG          * Maury C. Willman, Fort Collins, (R), CD4
Jeanette Hensley, Arvada, Dept. of Health Care Policy, POG             * Tom E. Hoch, Aurora, (R), CD6
Nancy L. Vendegna, Boulder, Dept. of Education, POG                    * Daniel V. Hugo, Glenwood Springs, (R), CD3
Jill E. Jordan, Englewood, Dept. of Human Services, POG
                                                                       The composition of this board will change as of January 1,
JUNE 30 STATE BOARD OF LAND COMMISSIONERS                              2003 due to the addition of the Seventh Congressional District

Number of Members:      5                                              JUNE 30 MOTOR VEHICLE DEALER BOARD
Length of Terms:        4 years
Pay/Compensation:       $50 per diem and actual expenses               Number of Members:        9
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                         Length of Terms:          3 years
Contact:                Department of Natural Resources                Pay/Compensation:         Necessary expenses
Requires Senate Confirmation                                           Frequency of Meetings:    Monthly
                                                                       Contact:                  Department of Revenue
The board oversees and serves as the trustee for state trust
lands. The board manages these lands and the development and           The board licenses and regulates motor vehicle dealers and
utilization of their natural resources in a manner which will          salespersons. It also works to resolve consumer complaints
conserve their long-term value.                                        about dealers, holds hearings, and orders corrective action.

The Governor shall appoint members to the board who reside in          Three members shall be licensed motor vehicle dealers, three
different geographic regions of the state. The board shall             shall be licensed used motor vehicle dealers and three shall be
include members with substantial experience in production              public members. Public members shall not have a present or
agriculture, public primary or secondary education, local              past financial interest in a motor vehicle dealership. Members
government and land use planning, and natural resource                 shall have been residents of the state for at least five years.
conservation. One member shall be a citizen at large. No more
than three members may be from one major political party.              * Mark A. Striegnitz, Littleton, licensed used motor vehicle
                                                                          dealer
* Dennis V. Brinker, Coalmont, (R), public primary or                  * Leo J. Payne, Jr., Englewood, licensed motor vehicle dealer
  secondary education                                                  * Gretchen A. Olson, Littleton, public
* Phyllis “Diane” Evans, Elbert, (R), local government and land        Jeffrey B. Carlson, Glenwood Springs, licensed motor vehicle
  use planning                                                            dealer
Patrick T. Teegarden, Denver, (D), natural resources                   James H. Varner, Englewood, public
  conservation                                                         Jon D. Kroneberger, Longmont, licensed used motor vehicle
John R. Stulp, Lamar, (D), production agriculture                         dealer
Shirley W. Watson, Fort Collins, (R), citizen at large                 Kenneth R. Feder, Denver, public
                                                                       Steven C. Perkins, Denver, licensed used motor vehicle
                                                                          dealer
JUNE 30       MOTION PICTURE AND TELEVISION                            Fred F. Emich, Littleton, licensed motor vehicle dealer
              ADVISORY COMMISSION
                                                                       JUNE 30 COLORADO NATURAL AREAS COUNCIL
Number of Members:      9, 8 appointed by the Governor
Length of Terms:        4 years
Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses                                Number of Members:        7, 4 appointed by the Governor
Frequency of Meetings: Quarterly                                       Length of Terms:          4 years
Contact:                Governor’s Office                              Pay/Compensation:         Actual expenses
Requires Senate Confirmation                                           Frequency of Meetings:    Quarterly
                                                                       Contact:                  Department of Natural Resources
The Motion Picture and Television Advisory Commission
promotes the use of locations in Colorado for the filming of           The council advises the Board of Parks and Outdoor Recreation
motion pictures or television films by the motion picture              on the implementation of the Colorado Natural Areas Program.
industry, by the television industry and by independent film           The council makes recommendations for the selection of natural
producers.                                                             areas to be included under the program.

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The Governor's four appointees shall be individuals with                * Ronald Sloan, Arvada, police chief
substantial interest in the preservation of natural areas.              * Russell L. Cook, Littleton, police chief
                                                                        * Gill L. Ford, Denver, public
* John A. Masson, Franktown                                             * George E. Epp, Boulder, county sheriff
Brian E. Ash, Grand Junction                                            * Phillip J. Stubblefield, Meeker, county sheriff
Kathleen Mary Conley, Denver                                            John Hall, Lamar, police chief
Shara A. Castle, Highlands Ranch                                        Dennis V. Harrison, Ft. Collins, police chief
                                                                        Stephen C. Zotos, Castle Rock, county sheriff
                                                                        Riecke E. Claussen, Grand Junction, county sheriff
JUNE 30      PASSENGER TRAMWAY SAFETY BOARD                             Barbara J. Cleland, Aurora, local government
                                                                        Joe M. Morales, Silverthorne, county sheriff
Number of Members:        7, 6 appointed by the Governor                Daniel L. Corsentino, Pueblo, county sheriff
Length of Terms:          4 years                                       Gerald R. Whitman, Denver, police chief
Pay/Compensation:         Per Diem and travel expenses                  Albert W. Bell, Durango, police chief
Frequency of Meetings:    Seven times per year
Contact:                  Department of Regulatory Agencies
                                                                        JUNE 30        STATE PERSONNEL BOARD
The board sets safety standards for the maintenance and
operation of passenger tramways through the adoption and                Number of Members:      5, 3 appointed by the Governor
revision of rules and regulations. The board conducts an annual         Length of Terms:        5 years
inspection program of all regulated tramways in the state prior         Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses
to the operating season, licenses all regulated tramways upon           Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
compliance with all rules and regulations, and conducts                 Contact:                Department of Personnel
unannounced inspections during the operating season to ensure           Requires Senate Confirmation
the safety of the public. The board also reviews and acts upon
violations of its rules and regulations.                                The board adopts rules, conducts hearings and enforces the state
                                                                        residency requirement for state employment. The board’s
The Governor appoints six members to the board. Two                     primary responsibilities are rule making and resolving
members shall represent the industry or area operators. One             employee appeals of actions, which adversely affect their pay,
member shall be a licensed professional engineer not employed           status or tenure.
by a ski area or related industry. One member shall be familiar
with the tramway industry. Two members shall represent the              * John S. Zakhem, Littleton
public.                                                                 Joyce E. Lottner, Englewood
                                                                        Diedra A. Garcia, Lakewood
* Robert Hartzell, Leadville, familiar with tramway industry
Arthur E. Griffith, Aurora, professional engineer
J. Kent Benham, Silt, public member                                     JUNE 30      BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR THE
Robert A. Kuusinen, Steamboat Springs, industry representative                       UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO
Fannye B. Evans, Denver, public member
Burleigh “Terry” Fernald, Telluride, industry representative
                                                                        Number of Members:      9, 7 appointed by the Governor
                                                                        Length of Terms:        4 years
                                                                        Pay/Compensation:       None
JUNE 30        PEACE OFFICERS STANDARDS AND                             Frequency of Meetings: Six times per year
               TRAINING BOARD                                           Contact:                Department of Higher Education
                                                                        Requires Senate Confirmation
Number of Members:     17, 14 appointed by the Governor
Length of Terms:       3 years                                          The Board of Trustees of the University of Northern Colorado
Pay/Compensation:      Actual expenses                                  is the governing body for the school. Powers and duties include
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                          the responsibility to adopt and enforce regulations and policies,
Contact: Department of Law (Attorney General’s Office)                  and the option to enter into resource-sharing programs with
                                                                        other institutions of higher education to maximize the
The board approves training programs and training academies             availability of educational programs.
for peace officers throughout the state.
                                                                        * Peter H. Coors, Golden
The Governor appoints fourteen members to the board. Six                * Marjorie A. Kadlub, Windsor
members shall be active chiefs of police from Colorado cities or        * Kevin Smith, Littleton
towns, six members shall be active county sheriffs, one member          * Richard E. Poole, Denver
shall represent the public and one member shall be from local           * Dr. Michael Muftic, Denver
government.                                                             Richard Lee Monfort, Greeley
                                                                        Dr. Gil Carbajal, Fort Collins

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JUNE 30       COLORADO BOARD OF VETERANS'                           The board oversees the distribution of funds from the Victims
              AFFAIRS                                               Assistance and Law Enforcement fund.

                                                                    Of the seven members at least one shall be from the western
Number of Members:      7                                           slope and one shall be from the Second Judicial District.
Length of Terms:        4 years
Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses                             * Tom Westfall, Wray
Frequency of Meetings: As needed                                    * Peter A. Weir, Golden
Contact:         Department of Veterans and Military Affairs        Luanne T. Richie, Denver, 2nd Judicial District
Requires Senate Confirmation                                        Mary C. Loring, Denver
                                                                    Janet L. Kerr, Colorado Springs
The board studies veterans’ problems and recommends the             Riecke Claussen, Grand Junction, west of continental divide
adoption of programs needed to assist veterans.                     Ronald C. Sloan, Arvada

Members must be veterans who have been honorably                    JUNE 30 WATER AND WASTEWATER FACILITY
discharged. No more than four members of the board shall be                 OPERATORS CERTIFICATION BOARD
from the same political party.
                                                                    Number of Members:     13
* Thomas E. “Ted” Johnson, Durango, (R)
                                                                    Length of Terms:       3 years
* Robert C. Adams, Denver, (R)
                                                                    Pay/Compensation:      Necessary expenses
Ralph P. Bozella, Longmont, (U)
                                                                    Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
A.L. “Rick” Padilla, Grand Junction, (U)
                                                                    Contact:       Department of Public Health and Environment
Marvin L. Meyers, Englewood, (D)
Randall L. Hoffman, Golden, (R)
                                                                    The board establishes rules and regulations concerning
C. Douglas Sterner, Pueblo, (R)
                                                                    applications, admission to the exam, and issuance of certificates
                                                                    to operators of water and wastewater treatment plants.
JUNE 30 STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY
        MEDICINE                                                    Membership shall include a certified water treatment facility
                                                                    operator with a minimum of four years experience, a certified
Number of Members:        7                                         domestic wastewater treatment facility operator with a
Length of Terms:          4 years                                   minimum of four years experience, a certified industrial
Pay/Compensation:         Actual expenses                           wastewater treatment facility operator, a small systems
Frequency of Meetings:    Quarterly                                 operator, a representative of the Colorado Municipal League, a
Contact:                  Department of Regulatory Agencies         representative of the Dept. of Public Health and Environment, a
                                                                    representative recommended by the state water quality control
The board issues licenses to qualified applicants to be             commission, a certified water distribution system operator, a
veterinarians.  The board also investigates charges of              certified wastewater collection system operator, a representative
negligence and takes appropriate disciplinary action against        from the Colorado Rural Water Association, a city manager,
licensees.                                                          manager of a special district, or utility manager in a city,
                                                                    county, or city and county, and two members of the public.
Five members must be graduates of schools of veterinary
medicine and have been licensed for five years in Colorado.         * Michael B. Ranger, Aurora, water distribution system op.
Two members must be consumers of services provided by               * Herman R. Wooten, Avondale, Co. Rural Water Association
veterinarians.                                                      * Ronald J. Valentine, Leadville, public
                                                                    * Sherri D. Jones, Idaho Springs, industrial wastewater
* C. Bruce Louderback, D.V.M., Foxfield, veterinarian                  treatment facility operator
* Charlie A. Davis, D.V.M., Fort Collins, veterinarian              * Jeannette M. Hillery, Boulder, public
Sam E. Hansen, Livermore, consumer                                  Roy E. Heald, Colorado Springs, small systems operator
Diane E. Balkin, Denver, consumer                                   Timothy G. Grotheer, Elizabeth, water treatment facility op.
Nancy Ann Willerton, D.V.M., Denver, veterinarian                   Paul L. Grundemann, Castle Rock, water quality control
Gregory E. Schick, D.V.M., Gunnison, veterinarian                     commission
Edward R. Eisner, D.V.M., Centennial, veterinarian                  Allen E. Coyne, Julesburg, city manager, manager of a special
                                                                      district or utility manager
JUNE 30      VICTIMS ASSISTANCE AND LAW                             Barbara J. Biggs, Denver, Colorado Municipal League
             ENFORCEMENT ADVISORY BOARD                             Glenn A. Bodnar, Aurora, Dept. of Public Health
                                                                    John J. McEncroe, Golden, wastewater treatment facility
Number of Members:        7                                           operator
Length of Terms:          3 years                                   Elwood E. Hazlett, Denver, wastewater collection system
Pay/Compensation:         None                                        operator
Frequency of Meetings:    Three times a year
Contact:                  Department of Public Safety

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JUNE 30 STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF                                    JULY 1      BOARD OF ASSESSMENT APPEALS
        WATER WELL CONSTRUCTION AND
        PUMP INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS                                  Number of Members:      3 with 4-year terms; up to
                                                                                               6 with 1-year terms
Number of Members:        5, 3 appointed by the Governor               Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses
Length of Terms:          4 years                                      Frequency of Meetings: As necessary
Pay/Compensation:         Actual expenses                              Contact:                Department of Local Affairs
Frequency of Meetings:    Quarterly                                    Requires Senate Confirmation
Contact:                  Department of Natural Resources
                                                                       The board hears all property tax valuation cases in dispute
The board has general supervision and authority over the               between the property owner and the local property assessor.
construction and abandonment of wells and the installation of
pumping equipment.                                                     Members shall have experience in property valuation and
                                                                       taxation and shall be public employees who are not subject to
The Governor appoints three members to the board. Two of the           the state personnel system laws. One member shall be engaged
members shall be well construction contractors with a minimum          in or previously engaged in agriculture within the past five
of ten years experience. One member shall be an engineer or            years. Members shall be registered, licensed or certified as real
geologist with a minimum of ten years experience in water              estate appraisers.
supply and well construction.
                                                                       1-YEAR TERM MEMBERS
* Glenn A. Clement, LaSalle, contractor                                * Judith A. Nuechter, Salida
H. Ray Newmyer, Mosca, contractor                                      * Steffen A. Brown, Highlands Ranch
Timothy L. Decker, Montrose, geologist                                 4-YEAR TERM MEMBERS
                                                                       * Karen Hart, Kiowa
                                                                       * Rebecca A. Hawkins, Highlands Ranch
JULY 1     COLORADO COUNCIL ON THE ARTS                                Debra A. Baumbach, Littleton

Number of Members:        11
Length of Terms:          3 years                                      JULY 1      BANKING BOARD
Pay/Compensation:         Necessary expenses
Frequency of Meetings:    At least twice per year                      Number of Members:      8
Contact:                  Department of Higher Education               Length of Terms:        4 years
                                                                       Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and expenses
The council provides grants and services to arts organizations,        Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
individual artists and community based groups throughout               Contact:                Department of Regulatory Agencies
Colorado.                                                              Requires Senate Confirmation

The members of the council shall be representatives of the             The board is the policy-making and rule-making authority for
major fields of the arts and humanities, and shall be appointed        the division of banking.
from among private citizens who are widely known for their
competence and experience in connection with the arts and              One member shall be the executive officer of an industrial bank.
humanities, as well as knowledge of community and state                One member shall be the executive officer of a trust company.
interests.                                                             Two members shall serve as representatives of the public who
                                                                       shall have expertise in finance through their current experience
* Willie L. Daniels, Castle Rock                                       in business, industry, agriculture, or education. No member of
* Robert L. Howsam, Jr., Colorado Springs                              the board shall have any interest in a bank in which another
* Dr. Mary Ann Roldan, Pueblo                                          member has any such interest, direct or indirect. Not more than
Patricia M. Dickinson, Montrose                                        four members shall be from the same party. At least one
Betsy Kropf, Denver                                                    member shall reside west of the continental divide.
Jeannette E. Consor, Snowmass
Margaret E. Foster, Grand Junction                                     * Maurice Goodgaine, Jr. Thornton, (D), public
Patricia A. Ament, Iliff                                               * Steve A. Sherlock, Lamar, (D), bankers
Sharon L. Smith, Denver                                                * John R. Young, Glenwood Springs, (R), bankers
Robert S. Slosky, Denver                                               * Richard F. Mutzebaugh, Highlands Ranch, (R), public
Don Bain, Denver, POG                                                  Mary S. Reisher, Denver, (R), bankers
                                                                       William A. Mitchell, Superior, (R), bankers
                                                                       D. Terry Reitan, Golden, (U), executive officer of a trust
                                                                         company
                                                                       Adam P. Coyle, Parker, (D), industrial bankers



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JULY 1      COLORADO BEEF COUNCIL                                      JULY 1      CENTRAL INFORMATION SYSTEM
            AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS                                           BOARD

Number of Members:         8                                           Number of Members:          11, 10 appointed by the Governor
Length of Terms:           4 years                                     Length of Terms:            4 years
Pay/Compensation:          Travel expenses                             Pay/Compensation:           Necessary expenses
Frequency of Meetings:     Every 6 months                              Frequency of Meetings:      As needed
Contact:                   Department of Agriculture                   Contact:                    Department of State

The board works to increase the demand for and consumption             The board shall meet to explore ways and means of expanding
of Colorado beef. The board researches beef production                 the amount and kind of information available to the public
methods and other matters with economic impacts upon the               through the operation and improvement of the Central Filing
beef industry.                                                         System.

All members must belong to organizations promoting the                 The Governor appoints ten members to the board. One member
development of the beef industry in Colorado and must have             shall be a member of the Colorado Association of Clerks and
been involved in the industry for five years. Members must             Recorders. Two members shall represent lenders, one that does
include two breeders, two cattle feeders, two persons who              business in Colorado only and one that does business in at least
process or market beef products, one dairy farm producer and           one other state, one member shall be a buyer of agriculture
one beef products distributor. No more than four members shall         products, one member shall represent the public records
be of the same political party.                                        industry, one member shall be an attorney, one member shall be
                                                                       a representative of the Division of Motor Vehicles, two
* Robert L. Rolston, Englewood, (R), beef marketing                    members shall be agriculture producers and one member shall
* Wayne L. Kruse, Fort Collins, (U), beef marketing                    have expertise in computer technology.
Natalie J. Rogers, Yuma, (U), cattle breeder
J. Kent Bamford, Haxtun, (R), cattle feeder                            * Larry W. Wallendorff, Loveland, expertise in computer tech.
Betty L. Shawcroft, Alamosa, (R), cattle breeder                       * Faye E. Griffin, Arvada, Co. Assoc. of Clerks and Recorders
Kari J. Mergelman, Cedaredge, (U), processor and distributor           Charles Calvin, Denver, attorney
    of beef or beef products                                           David Esgar, Wiley, lenders
Steven P. Gabel, LaSalle, (R), cattle feeder                           William M. Bashaw, Parker, lenders
Lester E. Hardesty, Greeley, (R), dairy farmer                         John E. Holt, Golden, buyer of agriculture products
                                                                       Daniel E. Denham, Littleton, public records
                                                                       Aurora Ruiz-Hernandez, Wheat Ridge, DMV
JULY 1      STATE CAPITOL BUILDING ADVISORY                            Dee Greeman, Alamosa, agriculture producer
            COMMITTEE                                                  Jack L. Larson, Gill, agricultural producer

Number of Members:         12, 4 appointed by the Governor
Length of Terms:           2 years                                     JULY 1      CHILD CARE COMMISSION
Pay/Compensation:          N/A
Frequency of Meetings:     Three times a year                          Number of Members:          15, 9 appointed by the Governor
Contact:                   Office of Legislative Council               Length of Terms:            3 years
                                                                       Pay/Compensation:           Travel expenses
The committee shall make recommendations concerning plans              Frequency of Meetings:      As needed
to restore, redecorate, and reconstruct space within the public        Contact:                    Department of Human Services
and ceremonial areas of the state capitol buildings group.
                                                                       The commission shall study and provide recommendations for
The Governor appoints four members to the committee. One               the improvements in the delivery of child care in Colorado.
member must be an architect knowledgeable about the historic
and architectural integrity of the state capitol building.             The Governor appoints nine members to the commission. The
                                                                       members appointed by the Governor shall be representatives of
* Barb McTurk, Lakewood, public                                        the following interests: the Division of Child Care in the state
* Diann L. Sill, Central City, public                                  Department of Human Services, the community consolidated
* Heather Witwer, Denver, public                                       child care services pilot program, educators teaching children in
C.W. Lee, Lakewood, architect                                          preschool, kindergarten, or grades one through five, the State
                                                                       Board of Community Colleges and Occupational Education,
                                                                       county department of social services, child care facilities,
                                                                       parents of children currently enrolled in a public or private early
                                                                       childhood care and education program, the business community
                                                                       and non-profit organizations that evaluate the quality of early
                                                                       childhood care and education programs. No more than five of
                                                                       the appointees shall be from the same political party.

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* Dana Andrews, Denver, (D), Division of Child Services                 JULY 1      STATE BOARD FOR COMMUNITY
* Ophelia Mejia, Denver, (D), non-profit organization                               COLLEGES AND OCCUPATIONAL
* VACANCY, State Board for Community Colleges and                                   EDUCATION
  Occupational Education
Diane L. Price, Colorado Springs, (D), child care                       Number of Members:      11, 9 appointed by the Governor
  facilities                                                            Length of Terms:        4 years
Sherri A. Valdez, La Jara, (R), community consolidated                  Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses
  child care services pilot program                                     Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
Cheryl M. Caldwell, Aurora, (R), educator teaching                      Contact:                Department of Higher Education
  children in preschool, kindergarten, or grades one through            Requires Senate Confirmation
  five
Brian J. Field, Thornton, (D), county department of social              The board is the governing body for the thirteen state
  services                                                              community colleges system and the coordinating board for the
Heather Witwer, Denver (R), parent of a child currently                 two local district colleges. It also regulates and coordinates the
  enrolled in a public or private early childhood care and              activities of area vocational schools.
  education program
Larry T. Neal, Fort Collins, (R), business community                    The commission shall have one member from each
                                                                        congressional district. No more than five may be from the same
                                                                        political party. No member shall be an employee of any private
JULY 1     ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON LICENSING                              junior college, community or technical college, school district
           OF CHILD CARE FACILITIES                                     or agency receiving funds allocated by the board. No member
                                                                        shall be an elected official of the state or a member of the
Number of Members:        15                                            governing board of an institution of higher education.
Length of Terms:          3 years
Pay/Compensation:         Travel expenses                               * Greg Romberg, Evergreen, (D), CD6
Frequency of Meetings:    Monthly                                       * Lena A. Elliot, Grand Junction, (R), CD3
Contact:                  Department of Human Services                  Jeannie G. Reeser, Thornton, (D), CD2
                                                                        Andrew S. Wyatt, Lamar, (R), CD4
The committee advises and consults on the administration and            Barbara F. McKellar, Castle Rock, (R), CD6
enforcement of childcare licensing. It also reviews regulations,        Patricia A. Erjavec, Pueblo, (D), CD3
holds hearings, and inspects childcare facilities.                      Jerry L. Heimlicher, Colorado Springs, (R), CD5
                                                                        Tamra J. Ward, Denver, (R), CD1
Nine members shall be representatives of licensed child care            Stephen A. Chapman, Lakewood, (U) CD7
facilities. Four members shall represent various state and local
governmental agencies with an interest in and concern for
children. Two members shall be parents with each having at              JULY 1      BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
least one child attending a licensed child care facility.                           COVERCOLORADO

* Lori G. Bowers, Aurora, Dept. of Education                            Number of Members:      7
* Bonnie J. McNulty, Edgewater, child care facility                     Length of Terms:        4 years
* Janelle D. Carter, Colorado Springs, child care facility              Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses
* Jeffrey Lawrence, Highlands Ranch, Dept. of Public Health             Frequency of Meetings: Every other month
* Cathrine A. Floyd, Englewood, preschool provider                      Contact:                Department of Regulatory Agencies
Joyce A. Wahler, Loveland, Dept. of Human Services                      Requires Senate Confirmation
Katharine D. Engstrom, Denver, parent
Nila A. Keeler, Lafayette, child care facility                          The board works to provide access to health insurance to
Sandra L. Dirks, Parker, child care facility                            approximately 2500 residents of Colorado through the
B. Jane Sanborn, Littleton, child care facility                         CoverColorado program. Recipients are considered high-risk
Clara F. Bradburn, Lamar, government                                    and not covered by other insurance companies.
Anne T. Robinson, Parker, residential child care facility
Sarah Grant, Aurora, parent                                             Four members shall be representatives of carriers; one shall be a
Jack A. Higgins, Lakewood, parent                                       representative of a health maintenance organization, one shall
Jerelee Davis, Aurora, child care facility                              be a representative of a sickness and accident insurance carrier
                                                                        and one shall be a representative of a stop-loss or excess loss
                                                                        insurance carrier. One member shall be a medical professional
                                                                        who specializes in chronic disease. Two members shall be
                                                                        individuals who currently are insured or who have been insured
                                                                        under the CoverColorado program.




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* Oneita F. Potter, Grand Junction, program recipient                    JULY 1      STATE ELECTRICAL BOARD
* Lisa H. Schneck, Denver, program recipient
Daryl W. Edmonds, Highlands Ranch, carrier                               Number of Members:      9
Dr. Herbert J. Rothenberg, Denver, chronic disease specialist            Length of Terms:        3 years
Alan J. Kastrinsky, Greenwood Village, stop-loss or excess               Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses
  loss                                                                   Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
John P. Hopkins, Grand Junction, HMO                                     Contact:                Department of Regulatory Agencies
Judith M. Jung, Denver, carrier                                          Requires Senate Confirmation

                                                                         The board examines and licenses electricians and provides for
JULY 1      DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES                                   the inspection of electrical installations where local authorities
            PLANNING COUNCIL                                             do not provide such services.

Number of Members:         24                                            Two of the members shall be electrical contractors who have
Length of Terms:           3 years                                       masters' licenses. Two members shall be master or journeymen
Pay/Compensation:          Actual expenses                               electricians who are not contractors. Two members shall be
Frequency of Meetings:     Monthly                                       representatives of private, municipal, or cooperative electric
Contact:                   Department of Human Services                  utilities rendering electric service to the public. One member
                                                                         shall be a building official from a political subdivision of the
The council works to provide effective delivery of services to           state performing electrical inspections. One member shall be a
meet the needs of developmentally disabled citizens of the state.        general contractor engaged in the building industry and one
                                                                         shall be a public member.
Half of the members must be persons with developmental
disabilities or parents or guardians of such persons. The                * Leigh Ann McKenna, Boulder, master electrical contractor
remaining members shall be divided equally between,                      Richard G. Weingardt, Aurora, public
representatives of state agencies, higher education training             Jeffrey L. Pagnard, Highlands Ranch, building official
facilities, each university-affiliated program in the state, non-        Von Dewayne Stelljes, Thornton, journeyman electrician
governmental agencies, and private non-profit groups                     Douglas J. Tamminga, Bailey, general contractor
concerned with services and supports for persons with                    Richard D. Brinkley, Englewood, electric utility
developmental disabilities.                                              Frank J. Peralta, Pueblo West, master electrician
                                                                         Gregory D. Hall, Longmont, master electrical contractor
* Cordelia C. Robinson, Denver, university-affiliated program            David B. Wynkoop, Littleton, electric utility
* Roger G. Jensen, Canon City, non-profit organization
* Margaret C. Williamson, Denver, protection and advocacy                ___________________________________________________
* Mary “Meg” Day, Lamar, private non-profit organization                 JULY 1 EMERGENCY MEDICAL AND
* John Yepsen, Grand Junction, person with dev. disability                        TRAUMA SERVICES ADVISORY
* Charles W. Allinson, Delta, Social Security Act                                 COUNCIL
* Jennifer J. Allison, Lakewood, person with dev. disability
* Lorrie K. Harkness, Denver, Dept. of Education                         Number of Members:     32, 25 appointed by the Governor
* Kathy D. Vincent, Denver, person with dev. disability                  Length of Terms:       3 years
Mary E. Russell, Alamosa, private nonprofit                              Pay/Compensation:      Actual expenses
Benjamin Sutton, Denver, person with developmental disability            Frequency of Meetings: Quarterly
Patricia M. Boland, Longmont, parent                                     Contact:       Department of Public Health and Environment
Lisa L. Eze, Littleton, non-specified
Berta A. Martinez, Colorado Springs, parent                              The council advises the Dept. of Public Health and
Michelle D. Padilla, Brighton, parent                                    Environment on all matters relating to statewide emergency
Jean P. Snoody, Aurora, parent                                           medical and trauma services programs and service needs.
Hon. Debbie Stafford, Aurora, State Legislature
Debbie L. Lane, Boulder, person with dev. disability                     The Governor appoints 25 members from the following
Deb Kearny-Gomez, Denver, parent                                         categories:
Menda K. Warne, Gilcrest, parent                                              • fire chiefs that provide prehospital care in an urban
Diana J. Huerta, Denver, Dept. of Human Services                                  area and one from a rural area
Mike Eugene Nelson, Greeley, person with dev. disability                      • administrative representatives of an urban trauma
Clarence E. Miller, Denver, person with dev. disability                           center and one from a rural trauma center
Beth Ackerman, Denver, Older Americans Act                                    • a licensed physician who is a prehospital medical
                                                                                  director
                                                                              • a board-certified physician certified in pediatrics
                                                                              • a board-certified emergency physician
                                                                              • a flight nurse of an emergency service air team or unit
                                                                              • an officer or crew member of a volunteer organization
                                                                                   who provides prehospital care
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     • an officer or employee of a public provider of                      Lori E. McDonald, R.N., Fort Collins, (D), trauma nurse
        prehospital care and one from a private provider                      coordinator
     • a representative of a government provider of                        D. Randy Kuykendall, Colorado Springs, (D), general public
        prehospital care                                                      from an urban area
     • three county commissioners or city council members,
        two from rural counties and one from an urban county               JULY 1      EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMISSION
     • three board-certified surgeons providing trauma care
       at level I, level II, and level III trauma centers                  Number of Members:         12, 7 appointed by the Governor
     • a board-certified neurosurgeon providing trauma care                Length of Terms:           2 years
        at a level I or level II trauma center                             Pay/Compensation:          Travel expenses
     • a trauma nurse coordinator                                          Frequency of Meetings:     First Thursday of every month
     • a registered nurse involved in rural emergency                      Contact:                   Department of Local Affairs
       medical and trauma services care
     • a regional council chair                                            The commission charter implemented the Sara/Title 3 in
     • a county emergency manager                                          Colorado. The commission shall designate local emergency
     • two representatives of the general public, one from a               planning districts to develop emergency response and
        rural area and one from an urban area                              preparedness capabilities. The commission shall appoint
                                                                           members of a local emergency planning committee for each
No more than 13 of the appointed members shall be from the                 planning district in accordance with the federal act.
same political party.
                                                                           The Governor’s appointees shall consist of: two representatives
* Ira J. Rhodes, Denver, (U), fire chief of a service that provides        of local governments, two from either public interest groups or
   pre-hospital care in an urban area                                      community groups, two from affected industries and one
* Mary M. White, Englewood, (R), administrative                            representative of a local emergency planning committee.
   representative of an urban trauma center
* Dr. F. Keith Battan, Arvada, (R), physician certified in                 * Charles O. Barton, Montrose, public interest
   pediatrics                                                              * Ed Herring, Evans, local government
* Walter M. Maxwell, Parker, urban county commissioner                     * William D. Eckert, Colorado Springs, public interest or
* Dr. Chris Cribari, Fort Collins, (U), surgeon providing                    community group
   trauma care at level II                                                 * Timothy R. Gablehouse, Tabernash, local emergency
* Dr. John S. Nichols, Denver, (R), neurosurgeon providing                   planning committee
   trauma care at level I or level II                                      * Linda S. Hendrickson, Brighton, affected industry
* Tonda L. Scott, R.N., Burlington, (R), registered nurse                  * Stephen S. Johnson, Lakewood, affected industry
   involved in rural emergency medical and trauma service care             * Duane R. Freeman, Austin, local government
* A. Daniel Barela, Delta, (U), general public from rural area
Karl B. Gills, Steamboat Springs, (U), administrative                      JULY 1      ADVISORY COMMISSION ON FAMILY
    representative of a rural trauma center                                            MEDICINE
Dr. Delwin M. Hunt, Littleton, (R), licensed physician,
    prehospital medical doctor                                             Number of Members:     19, 7 appointed by the Governor
Kathy “Lynn” Stevens, R.N., Rye, (R), flight nurse                         Length of Terms:       3 years
Pam L. Gripp, Crestone, (U), officer or crew member of a                   Pay/Compensation:      Actual expenses
    volunteer group who provides prehospital care                          Frequency of Meetings: Quarterly
Robert F. Anderson, Granby, (R), rural county commissioner                 Contact: Department of Higher Education/Governor’s Office
Dr. David C. Deaver, Durango, (D), surgeon providing trauma
    care at level III                                                      The commission works to assure that family medicine residency
Dr. John B. Woodland, Vail, (R), regional council chair                    programs meet the standards established by American Medical
Chuck E. Vale, Steamboat Springs, (R), county emergency                    Association for residency training in family medicine. The
    manager                                                                commission also monitors the state’s residency programs and
Daniel J. Noonan, Durango, (R), fire chief of a service that               locates specific areas of the state that are underserved by family
    provides prehospital care in a rural area                              physicians.
William M. Hilty, M.D., Grand Junction, (D), board-certified
    physician                                                              The Governor appoints a health care consumer from each
Mark D. Young, Montrose, (R), officer or employee of a public              congressional district in the state.
    provider of prehospital care
Scott S. Bourn, Parker ,(U), officer or employee of a private              * Raymond P. Rhambo, Denver, CD1
    provider of prehospital care                                           Kathleen A. Verlo, Manitou Springs, CD5
Robert A. Hawkins, Deer Trail, (R), government provider of                 Anne H. Napier, Golden, CD2
    prehospital care                                                       Garry W. Brewer, Grand Junction, CD3
Dwight L. Gardner, Ordway, (D), rural county commissioner                  Tracy P. Doig, Golden, CD7
Dr. Wade R. Smith, Denver, (R), surgeon providing trauma                   Julianne F. Haefeli, Greeley, CD4
    care at level I                                                        Antonette DeLauro, Englewood, CD6

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JULY 1       FINANCIAL SERVICES BOARD                                         JULY 1      COLORADO LIMITED GAMING
                                                                                          CONTROL COMMISSION
Number of Members:      5
Length of Terms:        4 years                                               Number of Members:      5
Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses                          Length of Terms:        4 years
Frequency of Meetings: Every three months                                     Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and travel expenses
Contact:                Department of Regulatory Agencies                     Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
Requires Senate Confirmation                                                  Contact:                Department of Revenue
                                                                              Requires Senate Confirmation
The board shall make all final decisions with respect to the
organization, conversion, or merger of credit unions and savings              The commission sets rules governing the licensing, conducting,
and loan associations.                                                        and operating of limited gaming. The commission conducts
                                                                              hearings upon complaints charging violations.
Three members of the board shall be and shall remain the
executive officers of state credit unions. One member shall be                One member shall have had at least five years of law
and shall remain the executive officer of a state savings and                 enforcement experience as a peace officer. One member shall
loan association. One member shall be a representative of the                 be a licensed attorney in the state with experience in regulatory
public who has expertise in finance through current experience                law. One member shall be a certified public accountant or a
in business, industry, agriculture, or education. No more than                public accountant who has comprehensive knowledge of
three members shall be from the same political party.                         corporate finance. One member shall have been engaged in
                                                                              business in a management-level capacity for at least five years.
* David E. Maus, Englewood, (R), state credit union officer                   One member shall be a registered elector of the state who is not
* Edwin R. Bigby, Jr. Loveland, (R), state credit union officer               employed in the profession or industry of any other commission
Douglas A. Ferraro, Englewood, (R), state credit union officer                member. No more than three of the members may be from the
Stephen R. Williams, Gunnison, (D), state savings and loan                    same political party and no more than one member shall be
  officer                                                                     from any one congressional district.
Martelle Chapital, Westminister, (U), public member with
  finance experience                                                          * Marilyn L. Wheeler, Boulder, (R), CPA, CD2
                                                                              * Robert A. Millman, Colorado Springs, (D), attorney, CD5
JULY 1       FIRE SERVICE TRAINING AND                                        Shirley O. Harris, Littleton, (D), registered elector, CD6
             CERTIFICATION ADVISORY BOARD                                     Natalie Meyer, Denver, (R), business management, CD1
                                                                              Phil K. Walter, Glenwood Springs, (R), law enforcement, CD3
Number of Members:           9, 7 appointed by Governor
Length of Terms:             4 years
Pay/Compensation:            Travel expenses                                  JULY 1      STATE GRIEVANCE BOARD
Frequency of Meetings:       As needed
Contact:                     Department of Public Safety                      Number of Members:      7
                                                                              Length of Terms:        4 years
The purpose of the board is to establish a fire service education             Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses
and training program and to establish procedures and criteria for             Frequency of Meetings: Every other month
certification of firefighters.                                                Contact:                Department of Regulatory Agencies
                                                                              Requires Senate Confirmation
The Governor appoints seven members. The Governor shall
appoint one member from the state fire fighters association, the              The board hears complaints about marriage and family
state fire chiefs association, the fire training officers association,        therapists, professional counselors, psychologists, and social
the professional fire fighters association, a fire chief or training          workers.
officer from a volunteer fire dept., a fire chief or training officer
from a career fire dept., and a representative from the property              Four members shall be from the general public, with no
and casualty insurance industry.                                              member having any direct involvement or interest in the
                                                                              provision of psychotherapy.  Three members shall be
* Darin D. Anstine, Fountain, fire chief or training                          unlicensed psychotherapists.
  officer/career fire department
* Chris B. Probst, Loveland, state fire fighters association                  * Susan Hykes, Colorado Springs, unlicensed psychotherapist
* Darryl Z. Grob, Basalt, state fire chiefs association                       * Marla G. Reichert, Pueblo West, public
* Gregory I. Sheehan, Thornton, fire training officers                        Edward Crowther, Alamosa, public
  association                                                                 Clarissa Pinkola-Estes, Denver, unlicensed psychotherapist
* Joe Ruoff, Highlands Ranch, professional fire fighters                      Scott S. Evans, Littleton, public
  association                                                                 Larry O. Palmer, Aurora, unlicensed psychotherapist
* Robert E. Dodd, Cripple Creek, fire chief or training                       Marilyn L. Robertson, Aurora, public
  officer/volunteer fire department
* Paul E. Widhalm, Alamosa, property and casualty insurance

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JULY 1      HIGH TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP                                   JULY 1      COLORADO HOUSING AND FINANCE
            PROGRAM ADVISORY COMMITTEE                                                AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Number of Members:       7, 5 appointed by the Governor                   Number of Members:       11, 9 appointed by the Governor
Length of Terms:         2 years                                          Length of Terms:         4 years
Pay/Compensation:        Actual and necessary expenses                    Pay/Compensation:        Actual expenses
Frequency of Meetings: As needed, at least once per year                  Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
Contact:         Colorado Commission on Higher Education                  Contact:         Colorado Housing and Finance Authority
Requires Senate Confirmation                                              Requires Senate Confirmation

The committee works to encourage Colorado residents to seek a             The Board of Directors serves as the governing board of the
high technology related education from a Colorado institution             Authority. Through its financing programs, capital for which is
of higher education through scholarships.                                 provided by the issuance of its revenue bonds, the Authority
                                                                          works to increase the availability of affordable housing for low-
The members appointed by the Governor shall be residents of               and moderate – income families, and to assist the state’s small
Colorado, shall represent different geographic areas of the state,        businesses.
and shall have expertise or knowledge in the area of high
technology.                                                               The Governor appoints nine of the directors, including an
                                                                          executive director of a state department. One member shall be
* Hon. Keith King, Colorado Springs                                       experienced in mortgage banking and another in real estate
* John Rael, Jr., Arvada                                                  transactions. Six additional members shall be appointed from
* Amy A. Redfern, Louisville                                              the public.
* John W. Riggen, Monument
* Donald W. Vanlandingham, Longmont                                       * Nancy McCallin, Parker, public
                                                                          * Jeffrey D. Roemer, Greenwood Village, public
                                                                          * John R. Davidson, Littleton, public
JULY 1      COLORADO COMMISSION ON HIGHER                                 Jesse L. Thomas, Denver, public
            EDUCATION                                                     Joseph B. Blake, Denver, real estate transactions
                                                                          Jo E. Davidson, Littleton, public
Number of Members:      11                                                Michele Dressel, Glenwood Springs, mortgage banking
Length of Terms:        4 years                                           Joseph A. Garcia, Colorado Springs, public
Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses                      M. Michael Cooke, Highlands Ranch, state department, POG
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
Contact:                Department of Higher Education
Requires Senate Confirmation                                              JULY 1      COLORADO LOTTERY COMMISSION

The commission acts as a central policy and coordinating board            Number of Members:        5
for Colorado public higher education. It works in consultation            Length of Terms:          4 years
with the governing boards of higher education institutions in the         Pay/Compensation          Per Diem and travel expenses
development and implementation of legislative directives and              Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
statewide higher education policy.                                        Contact:                  Department of Revenue
                                                                          Requires Senate Confirmation and Financial Disclosure
The members of the commission shall be selected on the basis              statement with the Secretary of State’s Office
of their knowledge and interest in higher education. At least
one member must be from each congressional district and at                The commission develops the rules and regulations governing
least one member shall reside west of the continental divide.             the establishment and operation of the Colorado Lottery and
No more than six members shall be from the same major                     conducts hearings relating to the granting and suspension of
political party.                                                          licenses for lottery sales agents.

* David E. Greenberg, (U), CD6                                            The Governor shall appoint as members, a law enforcement
* Judy P. Weaver, Pueblo, (R), CD3                                        officer, an attorney, a certified public accountant and two
* Peggy Lamm, Superior, (D), CD2                                          representatives of the public. Members must have served in
* Raymond T. Baker, Lakewood, (R), CD7                                    their perspective fields for at least five years prior to
* Ralph J. Nagel, Denver, (R), CD1                                        appointment. No more than three members shall be from the
* Dean Quamme, Grand Junction, (R), CD3                                   same major political party.
William B. Vollbracht, Denver, (R), CD1
James M. Stewart, Colorado Springs, (R), CD5                              * Micheal L. Acree, Parker, (R), law enforcement
Preslano Montoya, Greeley, (D), CD4                                       Jacquelyn J. Willis, Denver, (D), public
Judith Altenberg, Englewood, (D), CD6                                     Timothy Bachicha, Alamosa, (R), certified public accountant
Terrance L. Farina, Grand Junction, (D), CD3                              Michael F. Bennet, Denver, (D), public
                                                                          Stephen A. Hess, Colorado Springs, (R), attorney

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JULY 1      MEDICAL SERVICES BOARD                                         * Kyle W. Sargent, Denver, private sector
                                                                           * Donna B. Boucher, Denver, private sector
Number of Members:      11                                                 * Howard P. Shiffman, Morrison, children’s health care
Length of Terms:        4 years                                               facilities
Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses                                    * Stephannie J. Finley, Denver, Dept. of Public Health and Env.
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                             * Dr. David A. Iverson, Denver, , Colo. Psychiatric Society
Contact:     Department of Health Care Policy and Financing                * Jeffrey A. Adler, Lakewood, Co. Bar Association
Requires Senate Confirmation                                               Laura Systra, Boulder, proprietary skilled health care facilities
                                                                           Bridget M. Barron, Ph.D., Lakewood, Div. of Mental Health
The board adopts the rules and regulations that govern the                 Claudia R. Burgstahler, Loveland, family of person with
operation of the Colorado Medicaid Program, Children’s Basic                   mental illness
Health Plan, Colorado Indigent Care Program, Adult Foster                  Carol Foos-Garner, Paonia, consumer of mental health services
Care Program and Home Care Allowance.                                      Bonnie Cox-Young, Aurora, CU Medical Center
                                                                           Marty Meinberg, Highlands Ranch, public or private sector
Members shall have knowledge of medical assistance programs.               Rebecca D. Emme, Westminster, consumer
One member shall have experience in the delivery of health care            Yolanda M. Gray, Pueblo, Dept. of Human Services
and one member shall have experience in caring for medically               Stephen D. Schoenmakers, Pueblo, proprietary skilled health
underserved children. No more than six members shall be from                 care facilities
the same party and at least one shall be appointed from each
congressional district.
                                                                           JULY 1     BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF METROPOLITAN
* VACANCY, CD2                                                                        STATE COLLEGE OF DENVER
* VACANCY, delivery of health care
Marguerite Salazar, Alamosa, (D), CD3, underserved children                Number of Members:      9, 7 appointed by the Governor
Doralyn Genova, Grand Junction, (D), CD3                                   Length of Terms:        4 years
Julie Reiskin, Denver, (D), CD1                                            Pay/Compensation:       None
Joseph F. Rall, Florence, (R), CD3                                         Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
Steve C. Tool, Fort Collins, (R), CD4                                      Contact:                Department of Higher Education
Mary Ellen Faules, Greeley, (U), CD4                                       Requires Senate Confirmation
Wendell Phillips, Colorado Springs, (R), CD5
Michael Oliva, Aurora, (R), CD6                                            The Board of Trustees for the Metropolitan State College of
Joan M. Johnson, Denver, (D), CD7                                          Denver is the governing body for the Metropolitan State
                                                                           College of Denver. They are responsible for all contracts,
                                                                           property, rules, and regulations governing the Metropolitan
JULY 1      MENTAL HEALTH ADVISORY BOARD FOR                               State College of Denver.
           SERVICE STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS
                                                                           * Virginia Butler, Denver
Number of Members:          15                                             * E. Patrick Wiesner, Castle Rock
Length of Terms:            3 years                                        Mark J. Martinez, Arvada
Pay/Compensation:           None                                           Adele Phelan, Denver
Frequency of Meetings:      Monthly                                        Bruce D. Benson, Denver
Contact:                    Department of Human Services                   Alex M. Cranberg, Greenwood Village
                                                                           Ann C. Rice, Englewood
The board is responsible for recommending standards and
regulations for the programs of mental health services in any
health care facility that has separate facilities for mental health        JULY 1      STATE BOARD OF NURSING
care, or those health care facilities that have as their only
purpose the treatment and care of mental illness.                          Number of Members:      11
                                                                           Length of Terms:        3 years
The board shall include one representative from the Division of            Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses
Mental Health, the Department of Human Services, the                       Frequency of Meetings:  Full board meets quarterly, panels
Department of Public Health and Environment, the University                                        meet monthly
of Colorado Medical Center, the professional association of                Contact:                Department of Regulatory Agencies
psychiatrists in Colorado, the proprietary skilled health care             Requires Senate Confirmation
facilities, the nonprofit health care facilities, the Colorado Bar
Association, consumers of mental health services, families of              The board examines and licenses registered and practical
persons with mental illness, children’s health care facilities and         nurses, psychiatric technicians, and nurses aides. It approves
public and private sectors.                                                programs and standards and investigates complaints filed
                                                                           against licensees.



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Two members of the board shall be licensed practical nurses              JULY 1     OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION
engaged in practical nursing, one from a rural area. Seven                          COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF
members shall be licensed professional nurses representing                          COLORADO
professional nursing education, practical nursing education,
home health care, advanced practice nursing, nursing service             Number of Members:      7
administration and two of the licensed practical nurses shall be         Length of Terms:        4 years
staff nurses, one employed in a hospital and one employed in a           Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses
nursing facility. Two members shall be persons who are not               Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
licensed, employed, or in any way connected with any health              Contact:                Department of Natural Resources
care facility, agency, or insurer.                                       Requires Senate Confirmation
* Nichole S. Jenkins, Grand Junction, licensed prof.                     The commission has the power to make and enforce provisions
    nurse/service administration                                         regarding the conservation of oil and gas.
* Janet E. Ferguson, Pueblo West, staff nurse in nursing care
    facility                                                             Two members shall be from west of the continental divide. The
* David M. Rodriguez, Denver, advanced practice nurse                    remaining members shall be appointed taking into account the
* Cheryl A. Werner, Atwood, licensed practical nurse in a rural          need for geographical representation of other areas of the state
    hospital                                                             with high levels of oil and gas activity or employment. Two
Gynia Lea Crane, Aurora, licensed prof. nurse/home health care           members shall not be employed by the oil and gas industry and
Sharon Barclay, Delta, licensed prof. nurse/practical education          have substantial experience in agriculture, land reclamation,
Carole A. Harrison, Denver, public                                       environmental protection, or soil conservation. Five members
Laurett Barrentine, Englewood, public                                    must have substantial experience in the oil and gas industry and
Linda L. Roan, Colorado Springs, licensed prof.                          at least two must have a college degree in petroleum geology or
    nurse/nursing education                                              petroleum engineering. No more than four members shall be
Tammy C. Will, Platteville, licensed practical nurse                     from the same major political party.
Lois K. Lynch, Lakewood, hospital staff nurse
                                                                         * Brian J. Cree, Littleton, (R), college degree in geological
                                                                             engineering, experience in the oil and gas industry
JULY 1      BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF NURSING                                * Stephen A. Sonnenberg, Lakewood, (R), college degree in
            HOME ADMINISTRATORS                                              geological engineering and experience in the oil and gas
                                                                         Tom Ann L. Casey, Durango, (D), college degree in geological
Number of Members:         8                                                 engineering and experience in the oil and gas industry
Length of Terms:           4 years                                       Lynn J. Shook, Akron, (R), agriculture, not employed by the oil
Pay/Compensation:          Per Diem and travel expenses                      and gas industry
Frequency of Meetings:     Six per year                                  Michael W. Klish, Grand Junction, (U), experience in land
Contact:                   Department of Regulatory Agencies                 reclamation and not employed by the oil and gas industry
                                                                         Peter M. Mueller, Littleton, (U), experience in oil and gas
The Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators                        industry
licenses nursing home operators and may conduct hearings to              J. Thomas Reagan, Littleton, (R), experience in oil and gas
revoke, suspend, deny or reissue licenses.                                   industry

Three members shall be practicing nursing home administrators
and shall be from hospital administration, nonprofit facility            JULY 1     STATE BOARD OF PAROLE
administration, proprietary facility administration and
continuum of care administration with no two members from                Number of Members:      7
the same area. Two members shall be professionals from the               Length of Terms:        3 years
long-term care industry, one of whom shall be a licensed health          Pay/Compensation:       $81,048 per year
care professional. Three members shall be representatives of             Frequency of Meetings: Full time
the public at large. No more than three of the members shall be          Contact:                Department of Corrections
officials or full-time employees of state government or local            Requires Senate Confirmation
government.
                                                                         The board holds hearings and considers applications for parole
* Tressa L. Mendoza, Pueblo, proprietary nursing facility                and conducts all proceedings involving revocation of parole.
* Dennis E. Ficklin, Grand Junction, proprietary nursing facility
* Edith “Nicki” Hoy, Castle Rock, public                                 The board shall consist of two representatives from law
* Luis “Rocky” Flores, Denver, long-term care professional               enforcement, one former parole or probation officer and four
Dr. Fred M. Feinsod, Colorado Springs, public                            citizen representatives. The members shall have knowledge of
Carol H. Race, Englewood, public                                         parole, rehabilitation, correctional administration and the
Janet L. Snipes, Denver, continuum care facility                         functioning of the criminal justice system. Three members
Ruth Minnema, Aurora, long-term care professional                        must have at least five years education or experience or a
                                                                         combination thereof in their respective fields.
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* Allan F. Stanley, Littleton, law enforcement                         * Tom Fox, Steamboat Springs, (R), general contractor
Curtis W. Devin, Colorado Springs, citizen member                      Juan I. Muniz, Pueblo, (D), plumbing contractor
Donald E. Van Pelt, Pueblo West, citizen member                        Ronald L. Kinning, Arvada, (R), master plumber
Daniel I. Miraflor, Denver, law enforcement                            Michael E. Wieseler, Westminster, (D), journeyman plumber
Dr. Richard A. Martinez, Pueblo, citizen                               Timothy D. Ryan, Loma, (U), public
The Hon. Debbie C. Allen, Aurora, citizen member                       Giles J. Schurman, Louisville, (D), local government agency
Sharon K. Bartlett-Walker, Grand Junction, parole or probation         Richard N. Johnson, Colorado Springs, (R), plumbing
                                                                         contractor

JULY 1     STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY
                                                                       JULY 1     PRIVATE ACTIVITY BOND ALLOCATIONS
Number of Members:        7                                                       COMMITTEE
Length of Terms:          4 years
Pay/Compensation:         Per Diem and actual expenses                 Number of Members:        9
Frequency of Meetings:    Quarterly                                    Length of Terms:          3 years
Contact:                  Department of Regulatory Agencies            Pay/Compensation:         Actual expenses
                                                                       Frequency of meetings:    As needed
The board examines applicants and issues licenses. The board           Contact:                  Department of Local Affairs
also regulates the sale of drugs, inspects pharmacies, holds
hearings, and may suspend or revoke licenses.                          The committee reviews and recommends to the Executive
                                                                       Director of the Department of Local Affairs priorities for the
Five members shall be registered pharmacists with five years of        allocation of the statewide balance.
experience dispensing drugs in Colorado and two members
shall be lay members who have no financial interest in the             Four of the members must be municipal or county officials, one
practice of pharmacy. Geographic location and the type of              being from the western slope. Three of the members must be
practice of the appointee shall be considered. No more than            citizens at large, one being from the western slope.
four members may belong to the same political party.
                                                                       * Morgan Bassey, Denver, citizen
* Thomas A. Branigan, Littleton, (D), pharmacist                       * Gordon D. Ferris, Frisco, municipal or county official
* Averil G. Strand, Fort Collins, (D), non-pharmacist                  * A. Curtis Robinson, Montrose, citizen
* Kenneth L. Smith, Littleton, (R), pharmacist                         Tim C. Steinhaus, Arvada, municipal or county official
* Natascha M. Drekonja, Denver, (D), non-pharmacist                    Cindy Enos-Martinez, Grand Junction, municipal or county
Gerald J. Young, Monte Vista, (R), pharmacist                             official
Kenneth Chao, Arvada, (D), pharmacist                                  Priscilla Fraser, Trinidad, municipal or county official
Richard J. Doyle, Sterling, (R), pharmacist                            Thomas B. Beard, Glenwood Springs, citizen
                                                                       Bob Brooks, Executive Director of Dept. of Local Affairs, POG
                                                                       M. Michael Cooke, Executive Director of Dept. of Regulatory
JULY 1     EXAMINING BOARD OF PLUMBERS                                    Agencies, POG

Number of Members:      7
Length of Terms:        4 years                                        JULY 1     STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR
Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses                              PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                                    PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS
Contact:                Department of Regulatory Agencies
Requires Senate Confirmation                                           Number of Members:        9
                                                                       Length of Terms:          4 years
The board amends and enforces rules and regulations for                Pay/Compensation:         Per Diem and travel expenses
examination and licensing of master, journeyman, and                   Frequency of Meetings:    Ten times per year
residential plumbers and inspects plumbing installations when          Contact:                  Department of Regulatory Agencies
requested by local governments.
                                                                       The board examines and licenses applicants for professional
Two members shall be engaged in the construction of                    engineers and professional land surveyors. The board also
residential or commercial buildings as plumbing contractors,           investigates charges of negligence and takes appropriate
one member shall represent the public at large, one member             disciplinary action against licensees.
shall be a master plumber, one member shall be a journeyman
plumber, one member shall be engaged in the construction of            The board shall consist of four licensed professional engineers
residential or commercial buildings as a general contractor and        with no more than two engaged in the same discipline of
one member shall be from a local government agency                     engineering, two practicing professional land surveyors, one
conducting plumbing inspections. One member shall be from              member who is both a professional engineer and a professional
the western slope. No more than four members may be of the             land surveyor, and two public members who have not been
same political party.                                                  engaged in engineering or land surveying.

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* Paul T. Gilbert, Colorado Springs, professional engineer and           The Governor appoints seven members of the board. Two
  professional land surveyor                                             members shall be second or third grade elementary school
* R. Donald Johnson, Englewood, public member                            teachers, one of whom is from a rural school district. Two
* Wayne K. Clark, Colorado Springs, professional land                    members shall be elementary school principals, one of whom is
   surveyor                                                              from a rural school district. One member shall have knowledge
Jill S. Tietjen, Littleton, professional engineer                        of the best practices in reading and reading instruction. One
Peter D. Monroe, Littleton, professional engineer                        member shall be the parent of a child in second or third grade.
Dawn P. Boodhardt, esq., Aurora, public member                           One member shall have knowledge of and experience in public
Charles M. Schloss, Englewood, professional engineer                     education in elementary grades. No more than six members
George O. Thomas, Evergreen, professional engineer                       shall be from the same political party.
Dan Corcoran, Edwards, professional land surveyor
                                                                         * Karen M. Brown, Pueblo West, (U), reading instruction
                                                                         * Karen J. Durica, Littleton, (R), elementary education
JULY 1      COLORADO RACING COMMISSION                                   * Laura Coleman, Lakewood, (R), 3rd grade teacher
                                                                         * Lynn Johnson, Lakewood, (R), parent of a child in 2nd grade
Number of Members:       5                                               Darlene H. Medina, Alamosa, (D), 3rd grade teacher (rural)
Length of Terms:         4 years                                         Sheryl L. Weitzel, Greeley, (U), principal (rural)
Pay/Compensation:        Travel expenses                                 Tina C. Leone, Colorado Springs, (R), principal
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
Contact:                 Department of Revenue
Requires Senate Confirmation and financial disclosure                    JULY 1      BOARD OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS
statement with the Colorado Secretary of State
                                                                         Number of Members:      7
The commission licenses, regulates, and supervises all races             Length of Terms:        3 years
where pari-mutuel wagering occurs and at which horses or other           Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and expenses
animals participate. It also provides for the inspection of all          Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
racing establishments and requires that such places are                  Contact:                Department of Regulatory Agencies
constructed, maintained and operated in accordance with                  Requires Senate Confirmation
Colorado law.
                                                                         The board sets fees for those seeking a real estate appraisers
All members shall have been residents of Colorado for the past           license, administers tests and disciplines licensees for
five years. No members shall have been convicted of a felony             misconduct.
or gambling related offense. The board shall consist of two
members previously engaged in the racing industry for at least           Three members shall be licensed or certified appraisers, one of
five years, one practicing veterinarian who has been licensed for        whom shall have expertise in eminent domain matters. One
over five years, one member engaged in business in a                     shall be a county assessor in office. One shall be an officer or
management level capacity for at least five years, and one               employee of a commercial bank experienced in real estate
public member. No more than three members shall be members               lending. Two members shall be members of the public at large
of the same political party. No more than two members shall be           and not engaged in any of the other businesses represented by
from the same congressional district. One member shall reside            other members of the board.
west of the continental divide.
                                                                         * Louis J. Garone, Westminster, (D), real estate appraiser
* Gene O. Naugle, D.V.M., Penrose, (R), CD5, veterinarian                * James A. Holmes, Denver, (R), public
Arnold L. Mackley, Rifle, (R), CD3, public member                        * Arthur V. Gallegos, Colorado Springs, (R), public
Larry D. Huls, Arvada, (U), CD7, racing industry                         Joseph B. O’Dorisio, Arvada, (R), commercial bank
David L. Hoffman, Westminster, (D), CD2, business                        Mark S. Weston, Castle Rock, (R), real estate appraiser
Marilyn G. Alkire, Denver, (U), CD1, racing industry                     John L. VanderMiller, Denver, (R), real estate appraiser
                                                                         Keren L. Prior, Pagosa Springs, (R), county assessor

JULY 1      READ-TO-ACHIEVE BOARD
                                                                         JULY 1      THE SECURITIES BOARD
Number of Members:      11, 7 appointed by the Governor
Length of Terms:        3 years
                                                                         Number of Members:      5
Pay/Compensation:       Necessary expenses
                                                                         Length of Terms:        3 years
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
                                                                         Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses
Contact:                Department of Education
                                                                         Frequency of Meetings: Quarterly
Requires Senate Confirmation
                                                                         Contact:                Department of Regulatory Agencies
                                                                         Requires Senate Confirmation
The board reviews requests for grants to fund intensive reading
programs. These programs are for second and third grade
                                                                         The board advises the securities commissioner on issues
students whose literacy and reading comprehension skills are
                                                                         affecting the division of securities and securities regulations in
below the level established by the State Board of Education.
                                                                         the state.
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Two of the members shall be attorneys licensed in Colorado            JULY 1      BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE STATE
who are knowledgeable in securities law. One member shall be                      COLLEGES IN COLORADO
a certified public accountant and two members shall represent
the public. One of the members shall reside west of the               Number of Members:      7
continental divide.                                                   Length of Terms:        4 years
                                                                      Pay/Compensation:       Travel expenses
* Mashenka Lundberg, Denver, securities law                           Frequency of Meetings: Seven times per year
* Steven W. Palamar, Telluride, public member                         Contact:                Department of Higher Education
Joseph M. Wojteczko, Littleton, certified public accountant           Requires Senate Confirmation
Herrick Lidstone, Jr., Littleton, securities law
Roscoe “Buzz” Walker III, Englewood, public member                    The Board of Trustees of the State Colleges in Colorado
                                                                      supervises the Mesa College, Western State College and Adams
JULY 1      SOUTHERN UTE INDIAN TRIBE/STATE OF                        State College. The trustees make laws and regulations
            COLORADO ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL                            for the governance of these institutions.
            COMMISSION
                                                                      * James D. Hamilton, Grand Junction
Number of Members:        6, 3 appointed by the Governor              * Kathleen S. Eck, Vail
Length of Terms:          3 years                                     * Robert L. Decker, Gunnison
Pay/Compensation:         Travel expenses                             * Timothy L. Waters, Alamosa
Frequency of Meetings:    As needed                                   Dale M. Mingilton, Aurora
Contact:                  Governor’s Office                           John Kivimaki, Erie
                                                                      William Hanzlik, Englewood
The commission is an authority created pursuant to the
intergovernmental agreement. The commission shall have the
authority to adopt air quality standards, promulgate rules and        JULY 1     TONY GRAMPSAS YOUTH SERVICES
regulations, and review appealable administrative actions                        BOARD
pertaining to reservation air programs.
                                                                      Number of Members:      10, 4 appointed by the Governor
* Michael E. McLachlan, Durango                                       Length of Terms:        3 years
* Martha S. Iverson, Ph.D., Durango                                   Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses
* Philip S. Craig, Durango                                            Frequency of Meetings: Every other month
                                                                      Contact:      Department of Public Health and Environment
JULY 1      SPECIAL FUNDS BOARD FOR WORKERS’
            COMPENSATION                                              The board oversees the Tony Grampsas Youth Services
                                                                      Program including the early childhood and student dropout
Number of Members:      5                                             prevention components and the Colorado Youth Mentoring
Length of Terms:        4 years                                       Services Program.       Board members are responsible for
Pay/Compensation:       Travel expenses                               developing program guidelines, developing criteria for
Frequency of Meetings: Quarterly                                      awarding grants, developing results-oriented criteria for
Contact:         Department of Labor and Employment                   measuring effectiveness of programs that receive grants,
Requires Senate Confirmation                                          establishing timelines for submission and review of grant
                                                                      applications, and reviewing all grant applications and selecting
The board distributes monies from the Workers' Compensation           grantees, including the amount of each grant.
Special Self-Insured Fund to assure the payment of indemnity
and medical benefits for injured employees of self-insured            No more than six members appointed to the board shall be
companies who declare bankruptcy or have insufficient reserves        members of the same political party.
to cover a claim.
                                                                      * Barbara O’Brien, Denver, (D)
Four members shall be managers or employees of self-insured           * Leslie S. Franklin, Denver, (R)
employers in good standing, two of whom shall demonstrate             Byron P. Rayburn, Littleton, (R)
knowledge of risk management and finance. The remaining               Mary Lou Jackson, Pueblo, (R)
member shall be the Executive Director of the Department of
Labor and Employment.
                                                                      JULY 1      TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION
* Martha R. Arizumi, Littleton, self-insured employer
* Terry M. Lee, Castle Rock, risk management and finance              Number of Members:      11
Elda M. de la Pena, Longmont, self-insured employer                   Length of Terms:        4 years
David L. Roper, Grand Junction, risk management and                   Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and necessary expenses
   finance                                                            Frequency of Meetings: At least eight times per year
Vickie L. Armstrong, Arvada, Exec. Dir. of Dept. of Labor and         Contact:                Department of Transportation
   Employment                                                         Requires Senate Confirmation
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The Transportation Commission formulates general policy for             * William J. Martin, Denver
the Colorado Department of Transportation with respect to the           * Colin L. Campbell, Ignacio
management, construction and maintenance of public highways             * Richard A. Eshe, Littleton
and other transportation systems in the state. The Commission           * Diana Lee Evans, Fort Lupton
also works to assure that the preservation and enhancement of           * Alan R. Fishman, Littleton
Colorado’s environment, safety, mobility and economics is               Janet K. Marriott, Hartman
considered in the planning of all transportation projects               Stephen B. Shapiro, Lone Tree
                                                                        Louis Brown, Jr., Loveland
The Governor shall appoint members in the following districts:          Anna Mae Rael-Lindsay, Alamosa
     • District 1: The city and county of Denver                        Pamela B. Lorenz, Littleton
     • District 2: The county of Jefferson                              Fred J. Wilhoft, Golden
     • District 3: The counties of Arapahoe and Douglas
     • District 4: The counties of Adams and Boulder
     • District 5: The counties of Larimer, Morgan, and Weld            JULY 13 AURARIA HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER
     • District 6: The counties of Rio Blanco, Grand, Moffat,                   BOARD OF DIRECTORS
        Routt, Gilpin, Clear Creek, and Jackson
     • District7: The counties of Chaffee, Eagle, Garfield,             Number of Members:       9, 3 appointed by the Governor
        Lake, Summit, Pitkin, Delta, Gunnison, Mesa,                    Length of Terms:         3 years
        Montrose, and Ouray                                             Pay/Compensation:        None
     • District 8: The counties of Alamosa, Archuleta,                  Frequency of Meetings:   Monthly
        Conejos, Costilla, Dolores, Hinsdale, La Plata,                 Contact:                 Department of Higher Education
        Mineral, Montezuma, Rio Grande, Saguache, San
        Juan, and San Miguel                                            The board is responsible for the overall management of the
     • District 9: The counties of El Paso, Fremont, Park, and          Auraria Higher Education Center Complex. All members
        Teller                                                          appointed by the Governor shall be residents of the Denver
     • District 10: The counties of Baca, Bent, Crowley,                Metropolitan area.
        Custer, Huerfano, Kiowa, Las Animas, Otero,
        Prowers, and Pueblo                                             * David B. Walker, Denver
     • District 11: The counties of Cheyenne, Elbert, Kit               Larry M. Lopez, Englewood
        Carson, Lincoln, Logan, Phillips, Sedgwick,                     Lillian M. Bickel, Boulder
        Washington, and Yuma

* Joseph A. Jehn, Arvada, 2                                             JULY 31 COLORADO STUDENT OBLIGATION
* JoAnn Groff, Westminster, 4                                                   BOND AUTHORITY BOARD OF
* Charles Archibeque, Greeley, 5                                                DIRECTORS
* William R. Haight, Steamboat Springs, 6
* Donald G. Morrison, Limon, 11                                         Number of Members:      9
* Dan D. Stuart, Manitou Springs, 9                                     Length of Terms:        4 years
Douglas E. Aden, Grand Junction, 7                                      Pay/Compensation:       Expenses
Gregory McKnight, Englewood, 3                                          Frequency of Meetings: Quarterly
George H. Tempel, Wiley, 10                                             Contact:                Department of Higher Education
B. Stephens Parker, Durango, 8                                          Requires Senate Confirmation
Joseph B. Blake, Denver, 1
                                                                        The board provides financial assistance to college students
                                                                        through purchasing and originating student loans. The board is
JULY 1           UTILITY CONSUMERS BOARD                                also responsible for administering the CollegeInvest program.
                                                                        The members must be residents of Colorado.
Number of Members:        11
Length of Terms:          4 years                                       * Debra A. Baldwin, Cherry Hills Village
Pay/Compensation:         Travel expenses                               * Steven J. Schwartz, Durango
Frequency of Meetings:    Six times per year                            * Brett A. Siegel, Englewood
Contact:                  Department of Regulatory Agencies             * VACANCY
                                                                        Douglas S. Sparks, Denver
The Utility Consumers Board provides policy guidance to the             T.R. Rice, Englewood
Office of Consumer Counsel regarding rule-making, legislative           Knute S. Knudson, Grand Junction
projects and general activities of the office. The board shall          James B. Haass, Englewood
work to represent the interests of residential, agricultural and        Gilbert D. Friesen, Westminster
small business users of Colorado utilities.




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AUGUST 1        STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY                              AUGUST 1       HAZARDOUS WASTE COMMISSION

Number of Members:        7                                             Number of Members:      9
Length of Terms:          4 years                                       Length of Terms:        3 years
Pay/Compensation:         Per Diem and actual expenses                  Pay/Compensation:       Necessary expenses
Frequency of Meetings:    Monthly                                       Frequency of Meetings: Quarterly
Contact:                  Department of Regulatory Agencies             Contact:       Department of Public Health and Environment
                                                                        Requires Senate Confirmation
The board regulates public accountants and reviews
applications, gives examinations, grants certificates and               The commission makes rules and regulations concerning the
permits, and acts on complaints against certified public                handling, storage and transportation of hazardous wastes in
accountants.                                                            Colorado.
                                                                        Members of the commission shall have appropriate scientific,
Five members shall be certified public accountants, the majority        technical, industrial, legal, public health or environmental
shall be engaged in active practice. The two public members             training or experience. Three members shall be from the
should not have a CPA certificate.                                      regulated community, three members shall be from the public at
                                                                        large and three members shall be from government or the
* Scott R. Saltzman, Denver, CPA                                        academic community. No more than five members shall be
Phillip E. Doty, Littleton, CPA                                         from the same political party.
Gaylen R. Hansen, Evergreen, CPA
Aloah K. Dill, Littleton, CPA                                           * Dr. John W. Daily, Boulder, (U), academic community
Jack D. Dirksen, Northglenn, public                                     * Brenda K. Marriott, Arvada, (R), regulated community
David M. Dirks, Denver, CPA                                             * Lauren E. Evans, Lakewood, (R), public at large
John S. Augustine, Lakewood, public                                     * Len Kay Wilson, Denver, (R), local government
                                                                        * Toby D. Cummings, Grand Junction, (R), regulated
                                                                          community
AUGUST 1        CHERRY CREEK BASIN WATER                                * Ann C. Umphres, Golden, (D), public at large
                QUALITY AUTHORITY                                       Christina M. Aguilera, Westminster, (U), academic community
                                                                        Diane M. Johnson, Arvada, (D), regulated community
Number of Members:       7                                              William J. Kelso, Centennial, (R), public at large
Length of Terms:         4 years
Pay/Compensation:        None
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                          AUGUST 1       STATE REHABILITATION ADVISORY
Contact:         Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority                            COUNCIL

The Authority works to develop and implement plans for water            Number of Members:        23 maximum
quality controls for the reservoir in order to achieve and              Length of Terms:          3 years
maintain water quality standards. The Authority shall submit a          Pay/Compensation:         None
plan within two years to the Water Quality Control Commission           Frequency of Meetings:    Monthly
to make Cherry Creek Reservoir meet state water quality                 Contact:                  Department of Human Services
standards.
                                                                        The council advises State Rehabilitation Services on the
Two members shall be residents of Colorado and shall be from            provision of appropriate and quality services to persons with
bona fide sportspersons or recreational organizations that have         disabilities.
members who use the reservoir. Two members shall be from
bona fide citizen or environmental organizations interested in          Membership shall consist of:
preserving water quality with members who use the reservoir or            • at least one representative of the Statewide Independent
live within Cherry Creek basin. Three members shall have                     Living Council
backgrounds in or professional training regarding water issues.           • at least one representative of a parent training and
                                                                             information center of individuals with disabilities
* Barnabas R. Urbonas, Denver, background in water quality                • at least one representative of the client assistance
   issues                                                                    program
* Joseph D. Ryan, Englewood, citizen or environmental org.                • at least one representative of community rehabilitation
* Thomas M. Downing, Denver, sportsperson or recreational                   program service providers
   org.                                                                   • at least one representative of the State Workforce
John D. Woodling, Ph.D., Westminster, background in water                   Development Board
   quality issues                                                         • four representatives of business, industry and labor
Todd R. Brophy, Aurora, sportsperson or recreational org.                   representatives of disability and advocacy groups
Louise B. Maddox, Aurora, sportsperson or recreational org.
                                                                          • parents, guardians or representatives of individuals with
Mark S. Weston, Castle Rock, citizen or environmental org.
                                                                            disabilities who have difficulty in or are unable to
                                                                             represent themselves
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   • current or former applicants for, or recipients of,                 * VACANCY, local labor organization
     vocational rehabilitation services                                  Melinda Higgs, Denver, (D), general knowledge
   • at least one vocational rehabilitation counselor                    Valorie L. Jamison, Aurora, (R), local government
The majority of the members must be persons with disabilities.           Dean S. Schooler, Boulder, (R), general knowledge
                                                                         Leslie A. Woodworth, Boulder, (D), 16-25 participant in a
* James D. Dixon, Broomfield, disability advocate                          youth service program
* Dr. Juliet H. Fried, Greeley, disability advocate                      Terrence V. Lucero, Brighton, (D), expertise in youth
* Daniel W. Hopkins, Aurora, disability                                  Kristin H. Donovan, Colorado Springs, (R), general knowledge
* Sherry E. Ziegler, Aurora, business, industry and labor                Elizabeth G. Marron, Saguache, (D), community-based agency
* Joe L. Eitel, Westminster, Workforce Development Board                 Jacqueline Allen-Benson, Eagle, (R), national service program
* VACANCY, community rehabilitation service provider                     AnneMarie Kemp, Lafayette, (D), general knowledge
* VACANCY, mental health representative
James B. Powell, Durango, Native American representative                 AUGUST 24        ENERGY AND MINERAL IMPACT
Kay A. Jamison, Pueblo, Statewide Independent Living                                      ASSISTANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
   Council
Jerry L. Michel, Atwood, former rehabilitation recipient                 Number of Members:         9, 5 appointed by the Governor
Caryn B. Schaffner, Colorado Springs, parent training and                Length of Terms:           4 years
   information center                                                    Pay/Compensation:          Actual expenses
Dr. Donald R. Vogenthaler, Boulder, business, industry and               Frequency of Meetings:     Three times per year
   labor                                                                 Contact:                   Department of Local Affairs
Barbara C. Palmer, Arvada, state education agency
Dan D. Hernandez, Montrose, business, industry and labor                 The committee advises the Executive Director of the Colorado
Jan R. Edwards, Denver, business, industry and labor                     Department of Local Affairs on the impacts of energy and
Anna M. Doyle, Arvada, business, industry, and labor                     mineral development on local governments, and provides
Geoffrey B. Peterson, Denver, client assistance program                  guidance on grant and loan funding requests submitted by local
Michael D. Wilson, Parker, vocational rehabilitation                     governments.
   counselor, EX OFFICIO, POG
                                                                         The five members shall be residents of areas impacted by
AUGUST 24           GOVERNOR'S COMMISSION ON                             energy or mineral resource development.
                    COMMUNITY SERVICE
                                                                         * Michael C. Bestor, Golden
Number of Members:         15                                            * Gail M. Aalund, Durango
Length of Terms:           3 years                                       Hon. Charles J. Griego, Alamosa
Pay/Compensation:          Actual expenses                               Hon. Robert D. Masden, Hudson
Frequency of Meetings:     Monthly                                       Hon. Nancy J. Stahoviak, Oak Creek
Contact:                   Department of Higher Education
                                                                         SEPTEMBER 1 FIRE AND POLICE PENSION
The commission works to develop a comprehensive national                            ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
and community service plan for the State that ensures outreach
to diverse community-based agencies that serve under-                    Number of Members:      9
represented populations. The plan is presented to the Governor           Length of Terms:        4 years
and updated annually.                                                    Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses
                                                                         Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
The commission shall include a representative of a state                 Contact:                Fire and Police Pension Association
community based agency or organization, the head of the state            Requires Senate Confirmation
education agency, a representative of local and state
government, a representative of local labor organizations, a             The board establishes standards for determining the actuarial
representative of business, an individual between the ages of 16         soundness of the pension plans in the fire and police members’
and 25 who is a participant or supervisor of a service program           benefit fund.
for school age youth, a representative of a national service
program, an individual with expertise in the educational training        Two members shall represent state municipal employers. One
and development needs of youth, an individual with experience            member shall represent full-time paid firefighters. One member
in promoting the involvement of older adults (55 and older) and          shall represent full-time paid police officers. Three members
six individuals who have knowledge in the fields of community            shall represent the state’s financial or business community in
service, volunteerism, literacy and mentoring. No more than              corporations of over two hundred employees, with experience
eight of the members may be from the same political party.               in the following areas: investments, insurance disability claims,
                                                                         and personnel or corporate administration. One member shall
* Dr. Kate Cumbo, Lafayette, (U), Dept. of Education                     be a member of a board of directors of a special district or the
* Leslie T. King, Denver, (D), business                                  full-time paid professional manager of a special district who
* Ilene R. Dibble, Englewood, (R), expertise in older population         shall represent special districts having volunteer firefighters.
* John J. Keany, Louisville, (R), general knowledge                      One member shall be a retired firefighter who, upon completion
* Sally Rippey, Denver, (R), general knowledge
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of this member’s term, shall be replaced by a retired police           * Paul Suter, Lakewood
officer. Thereafter, the appointments of retired officers shall        * Billie A. Busby, Denver
alternate between a retired firefighter and a retired police           * Stacy J. Fowler, Golden
officer.                                                               * Robert E. Carlson, Denver
                                                                       * Debbie Ridgell, Golden
* Leo J. Johnson, Littleton, manager of a special district             * Jack D. Beattie, Aurora
* John M. Bramble, Brighton, municipal employer                        * Amy E. Freeze, Denver
L. Kristine Gardner, Glenwood Springs, financial community             * Lee R. Kunz, Wheat Ridge
Edward Lujan, Jr., Littleton, full-time police officer                 * Patricia L. Sutterlin, Aurora
Todd A. Bower, Denver, full-time firefighter                           * Jeffrey A. Taylor, Denver
Lyle D. Hesalroad, Golden, retired police officer                      * Michael R. Mawhinney, Lakewood
Ronald M. Lappi, Grand Junction, municipal employer                    * William R. Etie, Golden
Mark S. Sunderhuse, Evergreen, corporate administrator                 Patty A. McConnell, Parker
Michael E. Sutherland, Centennial, insurance disability claims         Joanna E. Moldow, Denver
                                                                       Wendy L. Hubbard, Castle Rock
                                                                       Douglas W. Slothower, Denver
SEPTEMBER 1          COLORADO HISTORICAL                               Colleen M. Reilly, Denver
                     RECORDS ADVISORY BOARD                            Don F. Wilson, Colorado Springs
                                                                       Susan L. Kalish, Aurora
Number of Members:        15 maximum                                   Peggy S. Vigil, Colorado Springs
Length of Terms:          3 years                                      Daryl A. Moore, Northglenn
Pay/Compensation:         Travel expenses                              Paul N. Fiorino, Wheat Ridge
Contact:                  Colorado State Archives                      Tarlyn N. Jensen, Englewood
                                                                       Brooke N. Himot, Boulder
This board is responsible for Colorado's working relationship          Kimberly F. Armitage, Aurora
with the National Historical Publications and Records                  Jacqueline C. Shumway, Denver
Commission including grant proposals from Colorado                     Kristie A. Weatherly, Westminster
institutions.                                                          Rev. Kathyrn A. Towne, Lakewood
                                                                       Christopher J. Tetro, Broomfield
Members of the board must have professional experience in the          Jessica L. Donatone, Arvada
administration of archives and historical records or experience        Joseph D. Hoffman, Denver
researching of historical records or should be committed to the        Louise Hurlbut, Denver
preservation of the state’s historical heritage.

* Allen Nossaman, Silverton                                            SEPTEMBER 30        COUNCIL OF ADVISORS ON
* Christine A. Bradley, Georgetown                                                         CONSUMER CREDIT
Sharon J. Englert, Denver
Terry I. Ketelsen, Northglenn                                          Number of Members:     9
Robin G. Theobald, Breckenridge                                        Length of Terms:       3 years
Frederick B. Greene, Ph.D., Aurora                                     Pay/Compensation:      Actual expenses
Richard Ellis, Ph.D., Hesperus                                         Frequency of Meetings: At least twice a year
James E. Hansen II, Ph.D., Fort Collins                                Contact:      Department of Law (Attorney General’s Office)
Johanna L. Harden, Parker
Joel D. Barker, Denver                                                 The council advises and consults with the Administrator of the
Duncan O. McCollum, Golden                                             Uniform Consumer Credit Code (Assistant Attorney General)
                                                                       concerning the exercise of her/his powers. Membership must
                                                                       include fair representation from the various segments of the
SEPTEMBER 1         GOVERNOR’S COUNCIL FOR                             consumer credit industry and the public.
                    PHYSICAL FITNESS
                                                                       * Brent A. Neiser, Englewood
Number of Members:        35 maximum                                   * Mindy Harris, Englewood
Length of Terms:          2 years                                      * Frank R. Burg, Evergreen
Pay/Compensation:         None                                         Rebecca R. Sopkin, Lakewood
Frequency of Meetings:    Every other month                            Vincent G. Toenjes, Parker
Contact:                  Governor’s Office                            Johann Cohn, Lakewood
                                                                       John H. Card, Littleton
The council’s role is to demonstrate and promote the                   Paul B. Denning, Grand Junction
importance of physical fitness among all age groups and sectors        John Sheehy, Jr., Arvada
in society. The council seeks to enhance ongoing health
promotion for the people of Colorado.


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OCTOBER 1         COLORADO ADVISORY COUNCIL                            The council shall be composed of at least one director of a
                  ON AIDS                                              center for independent living chosen by the directors of centers
                                                                       for independent living within the state, advocates of and for
Number of Members:     11                                              individuals with disabilities and representatives from other state
Length of Terms:       3 years                                         agencies that provide services for individuals with disabilities.
Pay/Compensation:      Travel Expenses
Frequency of Meetings: Every other month                               * Dorothy M. Carter, Denver, individual with disabilities
Contact: Department of Public Health and Environment                   * William F. West, Denver, individual with disabilities
                                                                       * Marilee Langfitt-Wood, Grand Junction, service agency
The council serves as an expert resource on AIDS/HIV related           * David E. Clarke, Meeker, individual with disabilities
matters and provides advice to the Department of Public Health         * Mary L. McNutt, Grand Junction, individual with disabilities
and Environment on scientific and policy issues.                       * Sharon J. Mehesy, Greeley, individual with disabilities
                                                                       * John D. Madrid, Pueblo, individual with disabilities
Members shall represent the public and private, profit and             * Lawrence R. Wales, Durango, center for independent living
nonprofit sectors and affected populations.                            * VACANCY, individual with disabilities
                                                                       Brent Belisle, Denver, individual with disabilities
* Jorge L. Figueroa, Fort Collins                                      Allan W. Orlofsky, Greeley, state agency
* Dennis A. Hanson, Denver                                             Linda D. Shea, Grand Junction, individual with disabilities
* Joan L. Rosenquist, Delta                                            Helen Kellogg, Englewood, individual with disabilities
* Richard C. Smith, Denver                                             Todd A. Lobato, Denver, advocate for individuals with
Jeff S. Fard, Denver                                                      disabilities
Alan J. Hooper, Denver                                                 Marilyn J. Kirby, Highlands Ranch, housing
Ronald W. Gilmer, Telluride                                            Beth Danielson, Ault, center for independent living
Jesse L. Thomas, Denver                                                Marvin J. Rowland, Delta, individual with disabilities
William Burman, M.D., Denver                                           Kay A. Jamison, Pueblo, individual with disabilities
Catherine G. Farnsworth, Denver                                        Heather D. Pauze, Boulder, individual with disabilities
Linda G. Mendez, Platteville                                           Darlene Frost, Ignacio, project 121 representative
                                                                       Cathy A. Noble-Hornsby, Pine, rep. deaf and heard of hearing
                                                                       Carol Ann Tyson, Parker, vocational rehabilitation POG
OCTOBER 1          SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
                   EDUCATION CENTER GRANT                              OCTOBER 1         COLORADO WATER RESOURCES
                   PROGRAM                                                               AND POWER DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                         AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Number of Members:        5, 3 appointed by the Governor
Length of Terms:          2 years                                      Number of Members:      9
Pay/Compensation:         Actual Expenses                              Length of Terms:        4 years
Frequency of Meetings:    As needed                                    Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses
Contact:                  Department of Education                      Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
                                                                       Contact: Water Resources and Power Development Authority
The board reviews grant requests from Science and                      Requires Senate Confirmation
Technology Education Centers for the purpose of
expanding educational opportunities in the fields of                   The authority develops, constructs and maintains water projects
Science and Technology.                                                in Colorado.

* Sally Hopper, Golden                                                 Membership shall include one person from each of the
* Eric Schmidt, Boulder                                                following drainage basins: the Rio Grande, the North Platte, the
Timothy McClung, Westminster                                           Arkansas, the South Platte outside the City and County of
                                                                       Denver, the City and County of Denver, the Yampa-White, the
                                                                       main Colorado, the Gunnison-Uncompahgre and the San
                                                                       Miguel-Dolores-San Juan. Appointments shall include one
OCTOBER 1        STATEWIDE INDEPENDENT LIVING                          member experienced in water project financing, one member
                 COUNCIL                                               experienced in engineering aspects of water projects, two
                                                                       members experienced in planning and developing of water
Number of Members:        23 maximum                                   projects and one member experienced in water law. No more
Length of Terms:          3 years                                      than five members of the board shall be members of the same
Pay/Compensation:         None                                         political party.
Frequency of Meetings:    As needed
Contact:                  Department of Human Services                 * James W. Hokit, (R), Montrose, Gunnison-Uncompahgre,
                                                                          planning and development
The council acts in partnership with Colorado Rehabilitation           * Robert Carlstrom, Walden, (R), N. Platte
Services to help plan independent living programs in the state.        Sara Duncan, Denver, (D), City and County of Denver, water
                                                                          law
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Louis Rinaldo, Sterling, (D), S. Platte, water project financing         of each of the congressional districts in the state and at least two
Thomas R. Sharp, Steamboat Springs, (R), Yampa White,                    shall be residents of the western slope. Of the ten members, one
   planning and development                                              shall be a certified public accountant, one shall have expertise
Ann E. Nichols, Manitou Springs, (R), Arkansas                           in finance through current management-level experience in
Richard S. Pryor, Grand Junction, (R), main Colorado                     banking and one shall have substantial experience in agriculture
Steven C. Harris, Durango, (D), San Miguel-Dolores-San                   or in the activities of 4-H clubs. No more than six members
   Juan, engineer of water projects                                      shall be affiliated with the same political party as the Governor.
Randall K. Palmgren, Center, (D), Rio Grande
                                                                         * Margaret M. Christiansen, Westminster, (R), CD2
                                                                         * Leslie O. Mergelman, Cedaredge, (R), CD3, western slope
OCTOBER 16 PETROLEUM STORAGE TANK                                        * Gary L. Yourtz, Englewood, (D), CD6
           ADVISORY COMMITTEE                                            * Russell N. Johnson, Sterling, (R), CD4, agriculture/4H
                                                                            Clubs, CPA
Number of Members:      7                                                * Selman T. Harned, Gypsum, (R), CD3, western slope
Length of Terms:        3 years                                          * Dominic A. Lloyd, Denver, (U), CD1
Pay/Compensation:       Travel expenses                                  * Alex “Sandy” Clark, Pueblo West, (D), CD3, resides in
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                              county of fair
Contact:         Department of Labor and Employment                      * Loren Wittemore, Rush, (R), CD5
                                                                         * Vince L. Vigil, Pueblo, (D), CD3, expertise in finance
The committee is responsible for establishing procedures,                   through management experience in banking
practices and policies related to corrective action necessary to         * Raeana J. Wadhams, Pueblo, (R), CD3, resides in county
protect the environment, public health, and safety from                     of fair
contamination caused by leaking underground storage tanks.
                                                                         The composition of this board will change as of January 1,
Membership shall consist of the state inspector of oils and the          2003 due to the addition of the Seventh Congressional District
executive director or their designee. Four members shall be
chosen from the following groups with no more than one
member representing each group: fire protection districts,               NOVEMBER 7            COLORADO CHILDREN’S TRUST
elected local governmental officials, companies that refine and                                FUND BOARD
retail motor fuels, companies that wholesale motor fuels,
owners and operators of independent retail outlets and                   Number of Members:      9, 6 appointed by the Governor
companies that conduct corrective actions or install and repair          Length of Terms:        3 years
underground storage tanks. One member shall represent private            Pay/Compensation:       Actual expenses
citizens or interest groups.                                             Frequency of Meetings: 4 to 5 times a year
                                                                         Contact: Department of Public Health and Environment
* Donna K. Cook, Durango, owner/operator                                 Requires Senate Confirmation
Patricia L. Jan, Livermore, public
Kendall Johnson, Denver, underground tank installer                      The board shall provide for the coordination and exchange of
Andrew K. Smith, Jr., Evergreen, independent retail outlets              information on the establishment and maintenance of
Clifton Dennis Creamer, Evergreen, company that refines and              prevention programs. The board also has the power to expend
   retails motor fuels                                                   moneys of the trust fund for the establishment, promotion and
Richard O. Piper, Englewood, state oil inspector, POG                    maintenance of prevention programs.
Marilyn Hajicek, Golden, designee of the Exec. Director of the
Dept. of Labor and Employment, POG                                       The Governor appoints six members to this board. Five
                                                                         members shall be knowledgeable in the area of child abuse
NOVEMBER 1 COLORADO STATE FAIR AUTHORITY                                 prevention and shall represent some of the following areas: law
           BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS                                        enforcement, medicine, law, business, mental health, domestic
                                                                         relations, child abuse prevention, education or social work. One
Number of Members:      11, 10 appointed by the Governor                 member shall be a parent or a representative of a parent
Length of Terms:        4 years                                          organization.
Pay/Compensation:       Necessary expenses
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                           * Mary A. Schaefer, Grand Junction, Business Community
Contact:                Department of Agriculture                        * Dr. Donald E. Cook, Greeley, Medicine
Requires Senate Confirmation                                             * Adoree L. Blair, Littleton, Mental Health field
                                                                         Cynthia S. Honssinger, Denver, knowledge of law
The board oversees and sets the policies for the Colorado State          Thomas H. McMillen, Golden, knowledge of child abuse
Fair.                                                                      prevention
                                                                         Nancy J. McNally, Westminster, parent
Of the ten members of the board, two shall be residents of the           David M. Furman, Littleton, Dept. of Education, POG
county in which the State Fair and Industrial Exposition is held.        John A. Brackney, Littleton, Dept. of Human Services, POG
Of the remaining eight members, at least one shall be a resident         Deborah M. French, Littleton, Dept. of Public Health and
                                                                           Environment, POG
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DECEMBER 2         COLORADO COMMISSION ON LOW                          Matthew J. Krell, Littleton, employer with risk management
                   INCOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE                              experience
                                                                       Henry A. Hahne, Littleton, employer with risk management
Number of Members:        11                                             experience
Length of Terms:          2 years
Pay/Compensation:         Actual expenses
Frequency of Meetings:    6 times a year                               DECEMBER 15          FOUR CORNERS HERITAGE
Contact:                  Department of Human Services                                      COUNCIL

The commission solicits funds for the Low Income Energy                Number of Members:         12, 3 appointed by the Governor
Assistance Program. The commission distributes these funds to          Length of Terms:           3 years
eligible recipients for use in the payment of electric and gas         Pay/Compensation:          Per Diem and travel expenses
utility bills.                                                         Frequency of Meetings:     Eight times per year
                                                                       Contact:                   Governor’s Office
The Governor appoints five members from private sector
energy-related enterprises, as well as the director of the Low-        The council serves as a cooperative agreement among the
Income Energy Assistance Program in the Department of                  Governors of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. The
Human Services, a member from the Governor’s Office of                 mission of the council is to promote tourism, education and
Energy Conservation, two consumers who are low-income                  preservation within the Four Corners region.
energy assistance recipients and two members of the public.
                                                                       The Governor appoints three members to the council including,
* John A. Harpole, Littleton, private sector                           one Native American and one private sector representative.
* Louis Brown, Jr., Loveland, private sector                           Two of the members shall reside in the Four Corners region.
* Nicholas G. Muller, Golden, private sector
* Diana E. Yee, Denver, private sector                                 * Manuel Heart, Towaoc, Native American
* Michael J. McFadden, Denver, private sector                          Ann McCoy, Bayfield, Four Corners region
Karen A. Bland, Grand Junction, assistance recipient                   Douglas W. Slothower, Denver, private sector
E. L. “Tommy” Thompson, Denver, public
Jayne A. Mazur, Pueblo, assistance recipient
Joel S. Johnson, Littleton, public                                     DECEMBER 19          COLORADO AERONAUTICAL
Eugene F. Barfield, Littleton, Office of Energy Conservation                                BOARD
Glenn Cooper, Denver, Dept. of Human Services, POG
                                                                       Number of Members:      7
                                                                       Length of Terms:        3 years
DECEMBER 13          WORKERS' COMPENSATION COST                        Pay/Compensation:       Per Diem and actual expenses
                     CONTAINMENT BOARD                                 Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
                                                                       Contact:                Department of Transportation
Number of Members:      7, 5 appointed by the Governor                 Requires Senate Confirmation
Length of Terms:        3 years
Pay/Compensation:       Necessary expenses                             The board addresses the aviation needs within the state and
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                         makes recommendations to the Director of the Division of
Contact:         Department of Labor and Employment                    Aeronautics within the Colorado Department of Transportation.
Requires Senate Confirmation
                                                                       Four of the members shall represent local governments, two
The board is responsible for promoting cost containment and            from the eastern slope and two from the western slope. One
risk management programs in the administration of Workers’             member shall represent a statewide association of airport
Compensation Programs.                                                 managers and one shall represent a statewide association of
                                                                       pilots. The seventh member shall be familiar with and
The Governor appoints five members to the board. The five              supportive of the state's aviation issues, interests and concerns.
appointees shall represent employers having workers’
compensation insurance rates in the upper five percent of the          * Harold W. Patton, Jr., Greenwood Village, local
rate schedule, actuaries or executives with risk management               government/eastern slope
experience in the insurance industry, or employers who have            * Dale K. Hall, Greeley, local government/eastern slope
demonstrated good risk management experience with respect to           * Joe M. Keck, Cortez, local government/western slope
their workers’ compensation insurance.                                 Robert Anderson, Granby, local government/western slope
                                                                       John J. Hansen, Boulder, familiar with aviation issues
* Linda L. Reno, Eastlake, employer with risk management               Corinne C. Nystrom, Mesa, airport managers association
   experience                                                          E. Patrick Wiesner, Castle Rock, pilots association
* Jerry L. Mosley, Golden, employer with risk management
   experience
Darrell F. Dinkel, Highlands Ranch, employer with risk
   management experience
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                                 Other boards and commissions with openings in 2003

SMALL BUSINESS COUNCIL                                                   WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

Number of Members:      45 maximum                                       Number of Members:         As many as needed
Length of Terms:        Pleasure of the Governor                         Length of Terms:           3 years
Pay/Compensation:       None                                             Pay/Compensation:          Per Diem and necessary expenses
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                           Frequency of Meetings:     At least twice a year
Contact:         Governor’s Office of Economic Development               Contact:                   Department of Local Affairs

The council shall meet to address issues affecting small                 The council, in consultation with the State’s business
businesses throughout the state and shall make                           community and agencies, advises the Governor and the General
recommendations for changes needed at all levels of                      Assembly on matters regarding the employment and training
government to encourage the initiation, stability and growth of          needs of the State and on workforce development plans and
small business in Colorado.                                              strategy.

Nine members shall be residents of the Metro Denver Area.                Membership shall consist of at least 18 representatives of state
The Northeast, Southeast, Northwest and Southwest regions of             businesses, at least 10 representatives of community agencies,
the State shall each have nine representatives.                          2 representatives of labor organizations and elected officials.

                                                                         * VACANCY, Colorado business representative
MINORITY BUSINESS ADVISORY COUNCIL                                       * VACANCY, Colorado business representative
                                                                         * VACANCY, Colorado business representative
Number of Members:      45 maximum
Length of Terms:        Pleasure of the Governor
Pay/Compensation:       None                                             CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES ADVISORY
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly                                           COMMITTEE
Contact:         Governor’s Office of Economic Development
                                                                         Number of Members:         11, 5 appointed by the Governor
The council shall provide a forum at which the perspective of            Length of Terms:           3 years
minority businesses can be brought to the attention of the State.        Pay/Compensation:          Necessary expenses
                                                                         Frequency of Meetings:     Quarterly
Five members shall be residents of the Metro Denver Area.                Contact:                   Division of Correctional Industries
The Northeast, Southeast, Northwest and Southwest regions of
the State shall each have five representatives.                          The Correctional Industries Advisory Committee advises the
                                                                         directors of the program on the manufacture, distribution and
                                                                         private-sector impact of products produced by Correctional
WOMEN'S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY                                    Industries.
COUNCIL
                                                                         The Governor shall appoint two members from affected
Number of Members:      45 maximum                                       industries in the business community, two members from
Length of Terms:        Pleasure of the Governor                         organized labor, and a county sheriff.
Pay/Compensation:       None
Frequency of Meetings: Every other month                                 * VACANCY, business community
Contact:       Governor’s Office of Economic Development                 Paul Barela, Pueblo, organized labor
                                                                         James L. Peaslee, Pueblo, organized labor
The council meets to provide a public forum at which the                 Richard P. Thatcher, Westcliffe, business community
perspective of women-owned businesses can be brought to the              James A. Alderden, Fort Collins, county sheriff
attention of the State.

Membership shall include no more than 45 members of the
small business community. Five members shall be residents of
the Metro Denver Area. The Northeast, Southeast, Northwest
and Southwest regions of the State shall each have five
representatives.




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