DENVER — Wednesday, July 26, 2017 — Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Colorado Aeronautical Board, Financial Services Board, Fire Service Training and Certification Advisory Board, Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board and Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission.
The Colorado Aeronautical Board assesses the state’s aviation needs and makes recommendations to the Director of the Division of Aeronautics within the Department of Transportation.
For a term expiring Dec. 19, 2018:
Stephen Douglas Ducoff of Colorado Springs, to serve as a member from the eastern slope and who represents local governments which operate airports, and occasioned by the resignation of William L. Thompson of Colorado Springs, appointed.
The Financial Services Board is the policy-making and rule-making authority for the Division of Financial Services.
For terms expiring July 1, 2021:
Michael George Hurst of Del Norte, an executive officer of a state savings and loan association and a Democrat, reappointed;
H. Merritt Kinsey of Grand Junction, to serve as a public member with expertise in finance, and an Unaffiliated, appointed;
Michael L. Williams of Highlands Ranch, an executive officer of a state credit union and a Republican, appointed.
The Fire Service Training and Certification Advisory Board establishes a fire service education and training program, as well as procedures and criteria for certification of firefighters.
For a term expiring July 1, 2018:
Michael Ray Cook of Rye, to serve as an individual experienced in the transportation industry, reappointed.
The Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board advises the Governor on all aspects of historical records housed within the State of Colorado and develops state guidelines for historical records projects in accordance with the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
For a term expiring Sept. 1, 2020:
Maria Sanchez-Tucker of Pueblo, and occasioned by the resignation of Robert Keith Schrum of Highlands Ranch, appointed.
The Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission adopts and enforces rules and regulations for the establishment and operation of gambling in the Colorado towns of Black Hawk, Central City and Cripple Creek.
For a term expiring July 1, 2021:
Timothy David Carlson of Arvada, Colorado, to serve as a member from the Seventh Congressional District, and as a representative of law enforcement and as a Republican, appointed.