Colorado Mountain College accepting petitions for November board elections |

Colorado Mountain College accepting petitions for November board elections

The Colorado Mountain Junior College District is accepting applications for its November board of trustees election.

Up this year are three seats, including District 1 in Pitkin County — not including the Roaring Fork School District, District 3 in western Garfield County and District 7 in Eagle County.

The board comprises seven members who serve four-year terms.

In order to qualify as a candidate, interested parties must be registered to vote and reside in the district in which they intend to run.

Interested parties also must file a petition with the CMC school district. Petitions will be available beginning Aug. 7 at the college’s district administration office, 802 Grand Ave. in Glenwood Springs.

Deadline to return petitions is 1 p.m., Aug. 30. Petitions must include 50 signatures from registered voters. Signatures may be collected from registered voters throughout CMC’s entire Junior College District.

The election will be held Nov. 5, 2013.

For more information, call Debbie Novak at (970) 947-8365.

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