Denver Water fills positions on citizen advisory committee

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Here’s a release from Denver Water via YourHub:

Denver Water’s Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) welcomes three new members: Barry Hudson, manager of the Wheat Ridge Water District; James Ives, board member of the Cutthroat Chapter of Trout Unlimited; and Carol Pace, a fellow at the American College of Medical Practice Executives.

Hudson, appointed as representative of suburban distributors, has a degree from the University of Colorado Law School and has been a practicing lawyer in Wheat Ridge since 1974. He specialized in utility matters for special districts such as High View Water, and Daniels Sanitation; and local utilities such as Wheat Ridge Water District, Wheat Ridge Fire Protection District, and Wheat Ridge Sanitation District.

Ives, appointed as the public interest group representative, has a bachelor’s degree in environmental science from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is a board-certified environmental professional who retired from a 37-year career in environmental management and government affairs. His broad scope of experience includes energy and resource development and production for a major petroleum company, and work as an environmental consultant for federal and state environmental agencies.

Pace, appointed as the representative for Denver citizens, has a master’s degree in public administration from the University of California at Irvine and a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of California at Santa Cruz. Her background includes public administration, the management of university medical practices, group homes, and clinical and basic sciences. She has been a resident of Denver for 30 years.

The CAC is a 10-member volunteer committee that facilitates public involvement in Denver Water policies and programs such as rates, water conservation and long-range planning. Members serve three-year terms and can serve two successive terms. For more information about the CAC, visit http://www.denverwater.org.

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