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Monday, September 15, 2008
GOV. RITTER MAKES APPOINTMENTS TO AUTISM, CIVIL RIGHTS & PARKS BOARDS
Gov.Bill Rittertoday announced appointments to several boards and commissions, including the Board of Parks and Outdoor Recreation, Civil Rights Commission and Autism Commission.
Board of Parks and Outdoor Recreation
James C. Pribyl ofBoulder, for a term expiring June 30, 2012
Gary A. Butterworth ofColorado Springs, for a term expiring June 30, 2012
Laurie A. Mathews ofDenver, for a term expiring June 30, 2012
Appointments to the five-member board are for four years and require Senate confirmation. The board is responsible for maintaining a system of state park and recreation areas, planning, and distributing available recreation funds on a matching basis to political subdivisions of the state.
ColoradoCivil Rights Commission
Isaiah "Ike" Kelley Jr. ofDenver, for a term expiring March 13, 2012
Diann L. Rice of Fruita, for a term expiring March 13, 2012
Appointments to the seven-member commission are for four years and require Senate confirmation. The Commission investigates complaints and conducts hearings concerning alleged discrimination in employment and other areas, and promotes good will and cooperation among different racial, religious and ethnic groups across the state.
Larry B. Beckner ofGrand Junction
Heidi Bimmerle of Golden
Michelle B. Cason ofWestminster
Bruce H. Cline ofLittleton
Stephen D. Fretz of Vail
Jessica N. Frost of Parker
Liz C. Fuselier ofDenver
Kathy. O. Grant ofDenver
Chris M. Habgood ofLakewood
David B. Hatfield of Monument
Sharon S. Jacksi ofLyons
Barry L. Jackson ofHighlandsRanch
Nathan P. Johansen ofWestminster
Elizabeth R. Lehman ofDenver
Kathleen Leszcynski ofLafayette
Barbara D. Ramsey ofDenver
Janet L. Rasmussen ofBoulder
Ann M. Reynolds ofDenver
Cordelia R. Rosenberg ofDenver
Kathleen D. Watters ofEnglewood
Peter J. Weinberg ofDenver
Christina H. Wu ofGreenwoodVillage
Terms for the 24-member commission expire Oct. 1, 2009, and do not require Senate confirmation. The commission was created pursuant to Senate Bill 08-163 to examine gaps in services and devise a 10-year strategy to serve those with autism, their caretakers and their families.
For additional information about the Governor's Office of Boards and Commissions, including details about how to obtain an application, please contact the office byclicking here, email@example.com, or calling 303.866.6380.