Colorado Air Quality Control Commission and Water Quality Control Commission

The Air Water Quality Control Commission consists of nine members with staggered 3-year terms. Commission members are appointed by the Governor, subject to confirmation by the Colorado Senate. The following members’ terms expire January 31, 2019: Will Toor (finishing his second term) and Jana Milford (finishing her second term).

The Colorado Air Pollution Control Act requires that members be appointed so as to include persons with appropriate scientific, technical, industrial, labor, agricultural, and legal training or with experience on the commission. Anyone interested in applying to be a member of the Air Quality Control Commission should submit an application and resume at your earliest convenience, but at least by January 15, 2019, to the Governor’s Office of Boards and Commissions. Application forms can be obtained from the web site for the Office of Boards and Commissions at https://www.tfaforms.com/290254. Anyone who would like more information about the Air Quality Control Commission’s roles and responsibilities should contact the Commission’s Administrator and Technical Secretary, Trisha Oeth, at 303-692-3468 or trisha.oeth@state.co.us.

Memo seeking AQCC applicants 2019

The Colorado Water Quality Control Commission consists of nine members with staggered 3-year terms. Commission members are appointed by the Governor, subject to confirmation by the Colorado Senate. The following members’ terms expire February 15, 2018: Barbara Biggs (finishing her second term), Fred Menzer (finishing his first term) and Kevin Greer (finishing his first term). While the governor may or may not reappoint some of these commissioners, applications are being accepted from anyone interested in serving on the commission.
The Colorado Water Quality Control Act requires that members be appointed so as to achieve geographical representation and to reflect the various interests in water in the state. Anyone interested in applying to be a member of the Water Quality Control Commission should submit an application and resume at your earliest convenience, but at least by January 30, 2019, to the Governor’s Office of Boards and Commissions. Application forms can be obtained from the web site for the Office of Boards and Commissions at https://www.tfaforms.com/290254. Anyone who would like more information about the Water Quality Control Commission’s roles and responsibilities should contact the Commission’s Administrator, Trisha Oeth, at 303-692-3468 or trisha.oeth@state.co.us.

Memo seeking WQCC applicants 2019

12/11/2018

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