Colorado State Archives
Executive Orders from the Administration of Governor Bill Owens 1999-2005
Tuesday, May 23, 2000
Amy Jewett Sampson
OWENS APPOINTS TEN NEW MEMBERS TO THE POLLUTION PREVENTION ADVISORY BOARD
DENVER Ė Gov. Bill Owens appointed ten members to the Pollution Prevention Advisory Board: James B. Martin of Denver; Karen L. Eye of Pinecliffe; Mary K. Madison of Denver; James E. Dale of Golden; Cheryl L. Wiescamp of Durango; Michael F. Kostrzewa of Fort Collins; C. Dennis Creamer of Evergreen; Rick Grice of Lakewood; Bradley G. Anderson of Arvada and Margaret "Poppy" Staub of Evergreen.
James B. Martin will represent the environmental community. Martin has served on the Regional Air Quality Council and is currently a member of the board of the Colorado Environmental Coalition. Martin holds a degree in environmental law from Northwestern Law School in Portland, Oregon.
Karen L. Eye will represent higher education. Eye is co-owner of Vinland Travel Services in Englewood and is the director of the University of Colorado Business Advancement Center. She holds a masterís degree from Ohio State University.
Mary K. Madison will represent small businesses. Madison currently works in the Colorado Office of Economic Development and is on the advisory board for the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. Madison holds a masterís degree from Central Washington University.
James E. Dale will represent local government. Dale is currently the director of environmental health for Jefferson County Department of Health and Environment. He received a masterís degree from the University of Utah and also from the University of North Carolina.
Cheryl L. Wiescamp will represent higher education. Wiescamp is the assistant director for the Western Regional Issues Institute at Fort Lewis College. Wiescamp holds a masterís degree from the University of California, Berkeley.
Michael F. Kostrzewa will represent higher education. Kostrzewa is currently an assistant director for the Industrial Assessment Center at Colorado State University. He is a past member of the Larimer County Pollution Prevention Advisory Group. Kostrzewa holds a masterís degree from Colorado State University.
C. Dennis Creamer will represent community and industry organizations. Creamer is the president of the Northeast Metro Pollution Prevention Alliance and a member of the board of directors of the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education. Creamer holds a masterís degree from the University of Colorado at Denver.
Rick Grice will represent the Office of Energy Management and Conservation. Grice serves as chair of the Air & Waste Management Association. He holds a degree from the University of Texas.
Bradley G. Anderson will represent agriculture. Anderson is the chief executive officer of the Colorado Livestock Association and is on the board of directors of the National Western Stock Show Association. Anderson holds a bachelorís degree from Colorado State University.
Margaret "Poppy" Staub will represent mining. Staub is a unit manager for Asarco Incorporatedís Globe Plant and is a member of the Society of Mineral Analysts. Staub holds a masterís degree from the Colorado School of Mines.
The Pollution Prevention Advisory Board is a new board created to provide policy guidance and advice in the development and implementation of the Colorado Pollution Prevention Program.
The board consists of fifteen members who serve three-year terms and do not need Senate confirmation.
All ten members will serve on the board with terms expiring on July 1, 2001, along with reappointed members Robert E. Brady, Jr. of Lakewood; Kermit Hodge of Aurora; Katherine A. Kramer of Boulder and Cynthia Peterson of Littleton.
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