Volunteer service on Weld County Boards and Commissions was honored this week as the commissioners issued Recognition of Services Awards to five Weld County residents.
Dick Beck, Bruce Johnson and Michael Wailes were recognized for serving three, six and seven years respectively on the Planning Commission. While Johnson was awarded for his work on the Planning Commission, he was also reappointed to serve a new term on the Board of Adjustment. The Planning Commission gained three new members as Gary “Butch” White, Sam Gluck and Troy Mellon were each appointed, while Gene Stille will serve the commission in a new position.
Jonathon Key was also recognized for his four years of service on the Board of Adjustment, which conducts hearings and decides appeals concerning the administration of the Weld County Zoning Ordinance. Lonnie Ford and Kathryn Wittman were also reappointed to the board.
Leopold Korins received an award for the four years of financial expertise he brought to the Board of Retirement while Larry Wood was appointed as its newest member.
Two other residents were reappointed to boards as David Melusky was reappointed to the Community Corrections Advisory Board and Dennie Kutcher was reappointed to the Noxious Weed Management Advisory Board.
To learn more about Weld County Boards and Commissions and see which openings may be for you, visit https://tinyurl.com/WCBoardsCommissions-openings.
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Since the 102nd Weld County Fair has gone virtual due to COVID-19, we’re showcas…
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