DENVER — Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Correctional Industries Advisory Committee, Colorado Food Systems Advisory Council, Statewide Independent Living Council, Colorado Juvenile Parole Board, Advisory Committee on Licensing of Child Care Facilities, Strategic Action Planning Group on Aging and Water Resources and Power Development Authority.

The Correctional Industries Advisory Committee advises the directors of the program on the manufacture, distribution and private-sector impact of products produced by Correctional Industries.

For a term expiring Sept. 18, 2020:

  • Sheriff Shawn Michael Mobley of La Junta, to serve as a representative of county sheriffs, appointed.

The Colorado Food Systems Advisory Council advances recommendations that strengthen healthy food access for all Coloradans through Colorado agriculture and local food systems and economies. It is the state conduit for hearing, reviewing and advancing critical food systems issues in which state government does or could play a role.

For terms expiring Oct. 7, 2020:

  • J. Beck, PhD of Denver, representing an academic institution that specializes in economic systems, agriculture or health care, reappointed;

  • Jonathan Frederick Clinthorne of Lakewood, to serve as a representative of food wholesalers or food retailers, appointed;

  • Dawn Denise Thilmany McFadden, PhD of Fort Collins, to serve as the designee of the Director of the Colorado State University Extension Services Program, appointed.

The Statewide Independent Living Council is mandated under the Federal Law and acts in partnership with Colorado Rehabilitation Services to plan independent living programs in the state.

For a term expiring Oct. 1, 2019:

  • Nancy Rising Jackson of Fort Collins, previously appointed to serve as a director of a center for independent living is now to serve as an at-large member, reappointed;

For terms expiring Oct. 1, 2020:

  • Lana Eggers of Lakewood, to serve as a representative of state agencies that provide services to people with disabilities, appointed;

  • Stephen Alan Heidenreich of Breckenridge, to serve as a representative of individuals with disabilities, reappointed;

  • Christopher Laine Roe, MA of Littleton, to serve as a representative of state agencies that provide services to people with disabilities, reappointed;

  • James Joseph “Joe” Triplett of Aurora, to serve as a representative of individuals with disabilities, reappointed.

The Colorado Juvenile Parole Board, one of six in the country, grants, denies, modifies, suspends or revokes parole for juvenile delinquents committed to the Department of Human Services.

For terms expiring Nov. 15, 2021:

  • Bradford Louis Geiger of Highlands Ranch, to serve as a public member, appointed;

  • Kaye Lynn Hotsenpiller of Montrose, to serve as a public at-large member from the Western Slope, appointed;

  • James A. Newby, MA, LPC, CWDP of Aurora, to serve as a representative from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, appointed;

  • Chantel M. Schoneboom of Centennial, to serve as a public member not employed by the State of Colorado, appointed;

  • Margaret “Meg” H. Williams of Golden, to serve as a representative of the Colorado Department of Public Safety, reappointed.

The Advisory Committee on Licensing of Child Care Facilities counsels the Department of Human Services on the licensing of child care facilities and includes day care centers, family care homes, residential child care facilities and camps.

For a term expiring July 1, 2019:

  • Lauren Rae Heintz Freemire of Denver, to serve as a licensed provider, and occasioned by the rescission of appointment of Denise Maria Fletcher of Arvada, appointed.

The Strategic Action Planning Group on Aging studies and produces a comprehensive strategic action plan on aging in Colorado through the year 2030. The Planning Group examines the impact, both positive and negative, of the aging demographic shift on the economy, workforce, businesses, market based products and services; State and local revenue budgets and fiscal policies; Medicaid and other safety-net programs and the collateral impact on other nonrelated State programs; family caregiving and public and private options for long-term care, services and support; federal entitlement reforms; transportation services and infrastructure.

For a term expiring Aug. 1, 2018:

  • Gabriel E. Kaplan of Denver, to serve as the designee of the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, and occasioned by the resignation of Sallie R. Thoreson of Grand Junction, appointed.

The Water Resources and Power Development Authority finances, develops, constructs and maintains water projects in Colorado and administers the Drinking Water and Water Pollution Control Revolving Funds.

For terms expiring Oct. 1, 2021:

  • Roy Ellsworth Heald of Colorado Springs, to serve as a representative of the Arkansas Drainage Basin, reappointed;

  • H. Webster Jones of Steamboat Springs, to serve as a representative of the Yampa White Drainage Basin, and planning and development, reappointed.

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