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Colorado Municipal League seats executive board

Author: Joey Bunch - June 30, 2018 - Updated: July 2, 2018

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Colorado Municipal LeagueFort Collins Mayor Wade Troxell is the new Colorado Municipal League president succeeding Northglenn Mayor Carol Dodge.
(Photos courtesy of the Colorado Municipal League)

The Colorado Municipal League’s (CML) seated its new executive board during its 96th annual conference in Vail.

The 21-member board is elected and responsible for CML’s overall finances, management and policy affairs. CML represents more than 270 cities and towns across the state.

New board members are:

  • Greg Clifton, Vail town manager
  • Frank Lancaster, Estes Park administrator
  • Carlos Lopez, Trinidad council member
  • Kristie Melendez, Windsor mayor
  • Kathi Meyer, Steamboat Springs Council president pro tem
  • Jessica Sandgren, Thornton council member

Re-elected to the board were:

  • Larry Atencio, Pueblo council member
  • Kathy Hodgson, Lakewood city manager
  • Ashley McMurray, Hayden council member
  • Robert Roth, Aurora council member

Returning board members are:

  • Ronnald Akey, Wray planning commissioner
  • Shannon Bird, Westminster councilor
  • Kendra Black, Denver council member
  • Jim Collins, Las Animas mayor
  • Carol Dodge, Northglenn mayor
  • Elizabeth (Liz) Thomas Hensley, Alamosa council member
  • Matt LeCerf, Frederick town manager
  • Kathleen Ann Sickles, Ouray administrator
  • Wade Troxell, Fort Collins mayor
  • Kirby Wallin, Brighton mayor pro tem
  • Robert Widner, Centennial attorney

Joey Bunch

Joey Bunch

Joey Bunch is the senior political correspondent for Colorado Politics. He has a 31-year career in journalism, including the last 15 in Colorado. He was part of the Denver Post team that won the Pulitzer Prize in 2013 and is a two-time Pulitzer finalist. His resume includes covering high school sports, the environment, the casino industry and civil rights in the South, as well as a short stint at CNN.