DENVER — Monday, April 17, 2017 — Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Colorado Coroners Standards and Training Board and Advisory Committee on Governmental Accounting.
The Colorado Coroners Standards and Training Board develops a curriculum for a training course for new coroners and approves the qualifications of the instructors who teach the course; approves training providers to certify coroners in basic medical-legal death investigation; and approves training providers and programs used to fulfill the annual in-service training requirement.
For a term expiring March 1, 2019:
- Brett D. Barkey of Steamboat Springs, a district attorney from a judicial district in this state, reappointed;
For terms expiring March 1, 2020:
- James Louis Caruso, M.D. of Castle Rock, a forensic pathologist who is actively engaged in performing postmortem examinations for a county in this state and who is a member of the Colorado Medical Society, reappointed;
- Honorable Gary Gibson of Olney Springs, a county commissioner of a county with a population of less than fifty thousand (50,000), reappointed.
The Advisory Committee on Governmental Accounting assists the auditor in formulating and prescribing a classification of accounts which are uniform for every level of local government with exceptions (population, etc).
Effective May 18, 2017 for terms expiring May 18, 2021:
- Neil Andrew Copland of Parker, a finance officer representing county government, reappointed;
- Alta Joanne Gosselink of Brush, a finance officer representing city and town government, reappointed;
- Gina Marie Lanier of Aurora, a finance officer representing school and junior college districts, appointed.