West GarCo CMC trustee won’t run again
Roy G. Brubacher, the western Garfield County representative on the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees, announced this week that he will not seek a second term on the board this November.
His is one of three seats on the CMC board that will be up for election this fall. Board president Doris Dewton, representing Eagle County, is term-limited and will also not be seeking re-election.
The seat currently held by first-term Trustee Anne Freedman of Basalt, will also be up for election.
Another seat on the CMC board was recently left vacant, following the health-related resignation and subsequent death of Benita Bristol from Steamboat Springs.
The board, at its regular June meeting this Monday in Aspen, will declare the seat open. It could appoint a replacement, or put the seat up for election in November.
Anyone interested in running for the CMC board can pick up a petition from the district office in Glenwood Springs after Aug. 5. Petitions, including the required number of signatures, must be returned by Aug. 28.
For more information, contact Debbie Novak, executive assistant to the president and board trustees, at 947-8365
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