DENVER — Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Colorado Humanities Board of Directors, Colorado New Energy Improvement District Board, Colorado Advisory Council for Persons with Disabilities and State Plumbing Board.

The Colorado Humanities Board of Directors promotes progress and scholarship in the humanities and arts in Colorado.

For terms expiring May 1, 2020:

  • Steven “Sam” Anderson Meyer of Grand Junction, appointed;

  • Susan E. Kirkpatrick of Fort Collins, reappointed;

  • Taffy Lee of Denver, appointed.

The Colorado New Energy Improvement District Board enables and encourages the owners of eligible real property to invest in new energy improvements, including energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements. The Board also establishes, develops, finances, implements, and administers a new energy improvement program that includes both energy efficiency improvements and renewable energy improvements to assist any such owners who choose to join the district in completing new energy improvements to their property.

For terms expiring Sept. 1, 2020:

  • Iain Alastair Campbell of Boulder, to serve as a representative of the energy efficiency industry, appointed;

  • Ronald Kenneth Mack of Centennial, to serve as a member with executive-level experience in commercial or real estate development industry, appointed;

  • Kenneth L. Myers of Denver, to serve as an executive with ten or more years executive-level experience with one or more financial institutions having total assets of less than One Billion Dollars, reappointed.

The Colorado Advisory Council for Persons with Disabilities has the following powers, functions, and duties: coordinating with State boards, advisory councils, and commissions established for or related to persons with disabilities;advising the Governor and General Assembly on legislation and State policy affecting persons with disabilities; monitoring the State’s implementation of Title II of the federal “Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990;” acting as an additional entry point for public grievances regarding disability issues and referring those grievances to the appropriate State agency or personnel; developing procedures relating to the Council’s internal operations.

For terms expiring Oct. 7, 2018:

  • Robert Lawrence Hernandez of Colorado Springs, to serve as a person with disabilities from business and industry, disability advocacy organizations and other nonprofit organizations, and occasioned by the resignation of Brian Allem of Henderson, appointed;

  • Tara Nealon of Denver, to serve as a representative of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), a state agency serving persons with disabilities, and occasioned by the resignation of Alicia Rae Melendez of Thornton, appointed;

For a term expiring Oct. 7, 2019:

  • Corrine Lara DePersis of Denver, to serve as a person with disabilities from business and industry, disability advocacy organizations and other nonprofit organizations, and occasioned by the resignation of Christopher M. Hinds of Denver, appointed.

The State Plumbing Board grants licenses to plumbers, and amends and enforces rules and regulations for the examination and licensure of plumbers.

For terms expiring July 1, 2021:

  • Catherine A. Dunihoo of Windsor, an Unaffiliated, and a journeyman plumber, appointed;

  • Glen Ray Ratliff of Arvada, a Democrat, and member or employee of a local government agency conducting plumbing inspections, appointed;

  • Matthew Ray Wagy of Greeley, a Republican and a master plumber, reappointed.

 

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