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Frisco Town Manager named to chair I-70 Coalition

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Summit County, CO Colorado

FRISCO ” The Interstate 70 Mountain Transportation Corridor Coalition (I-70 Coalition) has selected Frisco Town Manager Michael Penny as chair and Eagle County Commissioner Peter Runyon as vice chair for 2007, effective immediately. Penny and Runyon replace former coalition chair, Summit County Commissioner Bill Wallace, and former coalition vice chair, Vail Town Manager Stan Zemler, respectively.

With the coalition now in its third year, Penny says he is looking forward to leading the group in 2007 as it continues to make large strides as a powerful voice for local transportation interests concerning the I-70 mountain corridor. “I’m excited about the coalition’s potential to grow in membership and to draw serious attention to the unique transportation issues our communities face,” said Penny. “I-70 is facing serious challenges in its ability to meet our transportation needs, and this group has important work to do in identifying and advocating for solutions that will work for us.”


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