Frisco Council Member Elected to Colorado Municipal League Board
Kim Cancelosi, Frisco council member, was elected to the Colorado Municipal League (CML) Executive Board by municipal officials from around the state during the 92nd Annual CML conference held June 17-20 in Breckenridge.
Also new to the Board:
Matthew Appelbaum, Boulder mayor
Robb Casseday, Greeley council member
Eric Grossman, Creede mayor
Re-elected to the Board:
William Bell, Montrose city manager
Carol Dodge, Northglenn mayor pro tem
Dave Edwards, Palisade mayor pro tem
Kathy Hodgson, Lakewood city manager
Christina Rinderle, Durango council member
Patrick Rondinelli, Ouray city administrator
Current Board Members:
Charles Bayley, Bennett mayor pro tem
Debbie Brinkman, Littleton council member
Mary Cooper, Delta mayor pro tem
Joe Gierlach, Nederland mayor
Sarah Levison, Longmont council member
Deborah Ortega, Denver council member
Dave Sturges, Glenwood Springs council member
Karen Weitkunat, Fort Collins mayor
Marc Williams, Arvada mayor
Cancelosi is serving her second term as a Frisco council member and is an advocate for workforce housing, community development, and outdoor recreation. She also served on the Summit County Housing Authority, Colorado Association of Ski Towns (CAST), High Country Conservation Center, Summit Education Foundation, Summit School District Accountability Board for Frisco Elementary, and the Summit School District at large.
The CML Executive Board is comprised of 19 elected officials and key municipal staff members who are elected by the membership at an annual business meeting. The Board is responsible for overall finances, management and policy affairs of the League. CML is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization established in 1923 and represents the interests of 267 cities and towns. For more information on the Colorado Municipal League, please visit www.cml.org or call 303-831-6411.
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