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CCMD Board Declares a Vacancy for Justin Hunterís Position
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The Colorado City Metropolitan District Board of Directors met Tuesday evening, June 25, 2019, and declared a vacancy for the position previously held by Director Justin Hunter. Under Colorado statute, a board may declare a vacancy after four consecutively missed meetings. June 25 was Hunterís fourth consecutive absence from a board meeting. Following the declaration of the vacancy, Director Robert Cook moved to direct District Manager James Eccher to make the appropriate posting and notify the public that a vacancy exists, encourage interested and qualified candidates to apply, and established a timeline for the replacement process. Applications will be accepted through July 25, interviews will held on July 30, and the board will appoint a replacement on August 13. The motion was seconded by Director Greg Collins and carried unanimously. The appointment is valid through the next regularly scheduled election in May of 2020. No public explanation was provided for Hunterís absence from board meetings. Hunter was unavailable for comment regarding the board action.

Under the topic of old business the board voted unanimously to sell three lots in Colorado City for $3,000 each, in a bit of a back and forth negotiation between the district and buyers. Director Cook noted the sale of the three lots could have, with the involvement of a real estate professional, been concluded a month ago. He did not point out any difference in net proceeds, if any, with the involvement of the realtor. The board voted against the involvement of a realtor to represent the district at a recent meeting.

The board received a report entitled, ďColorado City Metropolitan District 2019 Drinking Water Quality Report (for Calendar year 2018). A copy of the report has been publically posted, is available on the district website and at district offices on Bent Brothers Blvd. during regular business hours.

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