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Jill Boyle leaving Colorado Mountain College

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Jill Boyle, a vice president for Colorado Mountain College whose effort earlier this year to be named president of the junior college district ended when she withdrew amid controversy about her tenure at another college, is leaving CMC.

According to an email sent to CMC personnel on Thursday, Boyle “will be resigning her position at CMC at the end of the year, as her work for the college has been completed and Jill has accepted a new position in a different location.”

The email, signed by interim college president Charles Dassance and Boyle, expressed gratitude to Boyle “for the positive contributions she has made to the college and the community,” and wished her well in the future.

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