Glenwood Springs has 26 spots to fill on boards and commissions |

Glenwood Springs has 26 spots to fill on boards and commissions

Staff Report Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

GLENWOOD SPRINGS – The city of Glenwood Springs is asking for people to fill about 26 vacancies in its 13 advisory boards and commissions.On the advisory boards and commissions people can find a chance to add input on city issues without taking up the full responsibility of being a city councilor or city employee.The city said there are two or three vacancies on most of its boards and commissions. The only one without a vacancy appears to be the Downtown Development Authority Board.The boards and commissions hear matters such as land use applications and liquor licenses and appeals, as well as make recommendations about a wide range of local government issues.Some duties essential to city staff and the Glenwood Springs City Council include community participation in helping to establish policies, and making recommendations regarding budgeting, trails, parks, recreation, licensing, housing, transportation and compensation to victims of crimes, the city said in a news release.

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