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Executive Orders from the Administration of Governor Bill Owens 1999-2005
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(DENVER) – Gov. Bill Owens today announced two appointments to the Board of Governors for Colorado State University.
Owens appointed Douglas L. Jones of Denver and Ed J. Haselden of Castle Rock.
"CSU is one of the state's top institutions of higher learning and the Board of Governors plays a critical role in overseeing the university's activities. I am confident that Douglas Jones and Ed Haselden will offer positive guidance as the Board leads the University," Owens said.
Jones serves on a number of boards, including the Western Stock Show Association, Colorado Tourism Office, Rose Community Foundation, Denver Council of Boy Scouts of America and the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties. He is immediate past chair of the Denver Botanic Gardens Board of Trustees and a past chair of both the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Business Improvement. Jones is president and owner of The JONES Realty Group.
Haselden presently serves on number of boards, including Mile High United Way, Boy Scouts of America Mile High Council, Associated General Contractors of America, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, Rocky Mountain Chapter of Young Presidents' Organization and Douglas County Catholic Schools Corporation. He serves on the U.S. Bank Board of Advisors and the executive committee of the Denver Metro Economic Development Corporation. Haselden is President and CEO of Haselden Construction, LLC.
The Board of Governors has the responsibility for overseeing CSU in Fort Collins and CSU-Pueblo. Terms are four years. Appointees must be confirmed by the state Senate. There are 13 members, nine appointed by the Governor.
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