It is expected the finalist will be announced by April 12, with a July 1 starting date.
The school board, using screening criteria established through focus groups conducted with staff, parents and community members, selected the following candidates as finalists to be interviewed on March 25 -26.
Tammy Clementi, Turnaround Manager, Colorado Department of Education, Colo.; Mark MacHale, Superintendent, Dolores RE-4A School District, Colo.; and Jeff Perry, Superintendent, Wise County School Division, Wise, Va.
Staff and members of the community can meet with the candidates, and ask questions, at a Meet and Greet on Friday, March 25, at a to-be-announced time and location.
Retail Food Establishment Health Inspections Online
MONTROSE – Retail food establishment inspections can now be found online, at montrosecounty.net/index.aspx?nid=283, Montrose County Health Services announced this week.
“Food Service Inspections are public information and we’ve had increased requests to make this information available online,” said County Environmental Health Manager Richard Thompson. “To meet this demand, we’ve begun posting health inspections of food establishments on the Internet.”
A retail food establishment is any facility or location where food is stored, prepared, served or sold for human consumption including restaurants, grocery stores, delis, convenience stores, school cafeterias, concession stands, mobile food units, child care facilities and caterers. Temporary/special event food booths are also inspected, but not posted on the web.
AAA RFPs Solicited From Senior Service Providers
MONTROSE – The Region 10 Area Agency on Aging, a funding source and coordinating agency for older adult services (60-plus) through the six-county (Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray and San Miguel) region, is soliciting new ideas and proposals for service provisions to local senior citizens. “We have a program budget of $927,000 for the current year,” AAA Director Lee Bartlett said. “Our Request for Proposals is an annual process, and we are very excited to collaborate with individuals and organizations who may have new ideas and new ways of getting things done.”
AAA currently works with 13 contractors from the nonprofit, governmental and private sectors, he said. In 2010, AAA contractors provided 162, 974 units of service to local seniors in the areas of transportation, homemaking, legal assistance, information and assistance, dental prevention, congregate and home-delivered meals, nutrition education, ombudsman services, health promotion and family caregiver services.
Proposals from individuals and entities seeking to provide services for the 2012 Fiscal Year (July 1, 2011 thru June 30, 2012) are due at the Region 10 Area Agency on Aging, 300 North Cascade, Suite 1, Montrose, CO 81401, by April 1, 2011.
AAA is dedicated to developing a network of services for adults age 60 and over to assist them in maintaining their independence within their communities. To learn more or to obtain a copy of the FY2012 Request for Proposals, contact Lee Bartlett or Michele Gad at 970/249-2436.