“Paul is a passionate advocate of public education and has long been active in the
Telluride School District,” the board stated, in a press release. “He continues to serve as a member of various school committees, and is also an active member in the community as a business owner.
“Board members Banks Brown, Mark Westman, Cheryl Miller and Rick Silverman appreciated the strong response from three community members who were willing to step up to serve on the board for the next three months, and run for election in November 2011. There will be three seats open in the November election, and all are four-year terms.”
San Miguel County Comissioners Announce Possible Redistricting of Commissioners Districts
SAN MIGUEL COUNTY – A Public Hearing will be held by the Board of County Commissioners of San Miguel County, Colorado, on Wednesday, August 3, at 11 A.M., at the County Offices, Miramonte Building, Second Floor Meeting Room, 333 West Colorado Ave., to consider the redrawing of San Miguel County Commissioner districts.
Members of the public may appear if they so desire, either in person or by agent or attorney, to present oral testimony and/or documentary evidence either in opposition to or in support of the county staff’s proposed redistricting plans, which include a staff recommended plan as well as alternative redistricting plans. Colorado Revised Statute Section 30-10-306 (4) states, with regard to County Commissioner Districts, that “…after each federal census of the United States, each district shall be established, revised, or altered to assure that such districts shall be as nearly equal in population as possible based on such census…” C.R.S. Section 30-10-306 (1) further states that the districts should be “compact.” The redistricting must be completed by September 30 of the odd-numbered year following the census, i.e., by September 30, 2011. A Board of County Commissioners Public Hearing to consider the proposed commissioner district boundaries must be held no less than 30 days before the Board of County Commissioners may adopt a resolution to change the commissioner district boundaries.
Written comments of more than one page may not receive complete consideration if not received by Monday, August 1, at 12 p.m. Send written comments to: San Miguel County Clerk and Recorder, P.O. Box 548, Telluride, CO 81435, or to clerkandrecorder@SanMiguelCounty.org.