Ritter names members to state wildlife, water quality panels
DENVER ” Gov. Bill Ritter has appointed a wetlands-restoration consultant and a Pitkin County commissioner to the Colorado Wildlife Commission.
The two are Robert Streeter of Fort Collins, a member of the Larimer County Open Lands Board, and Pitkin County Commissioner Dorothea Farris of Carbondale.
Ritter has also appointed three new members of the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission. They are Peter Butler of Durango, who was on the water panel from 1996 to 1999; attorney Jill Harris McConaughy of Glenwood Springs; and Janelle Barrilleaux of Golden, director of environmental programs for Denver’s Department of Aviation.
The state Senate must confirm the nominations.
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