DENVER — Monday, Nov. 26, 2018 — Gov. Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Automobile Theft Prevention Board, Colorado Food Systems Advisory Council, Pollution Prevention Advisory Board, Southern Ute Indian Tribe/State of Colorado Environmental Control Commission and the Strategic Action Planning Group on Aging.
The Automobile Theft Prevention Board shall solicit and review applications for grants that assist in improving and supporting automobile theft prevention programs or programs for the enforcement or prosecution of automobile theft crimes through statewide planning and coordination.
For a term expiring Feb. 1, 2022:
Amy Taylor of Evans, to serve as a representative of an insurance company authorized to issue motor vehicle insurance policies, and occasioned by the resignation of Judy Bennett Burk of Denver, appointed;
For a term expiring Feb. 1, 2024:
Chief Clinton Nichols of Commerce City, to serve as a representative of law enforcement and occasioned by the resignation of Chief Duane Charles Oakes of Alamosa, 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 a term expiring at the Pleasure of the Governor:
Barry John Pardus of Denver, to serve as a representative of the Office of Economic Security within the Department of Human Services, appointed.
The Pollution Prevention Advisory Board develops pollution prevention goals and objectives, reviews environmental regulatory programs, laws and policies to identify opportunities and incentives, provides direction for pollution prevention outreach, education, training and technical assistance programs, and supports non-regulatory public and private efforts that promote pollution prevention. In addition, the board administers the Pollution Prevention Grants and the Recycling Resources Economic Opportunity Grants and Rebates.
For a term expiring July 1, 2019:
Douglas Hargrave of Denver, to serve as a representative of business, and occasioned by the resignation of Nick Michael Pizzuti III of Westminster, appointed;
Effective July 1, 2019 for a term expiring July 1, 2022:
Douglas Hargrave of Denver, to serve as a representative of business, reappointed.
The Southern Ute Indian Tribe/State of Colorado Environmental Control Commission works to adopt air quality standards and rules pertaining to the reservation air program. For further information, please review the Colorado State Statute 25-7-1303.
For a term expiring July 1, 2020:
Rolfe Spiegel of Ignacio, to serve as a member who resides on fee land, and occasioned by the resignation of Marc Saphir of Durango, 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 non-related 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, 2021:
Hayley Gleason of Denver, to serve as the designee of the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Finance, and occasioned by the resignation of John Robert Barry, MBA, MSW of Littleton, appointed.