Colorado Mountain College trustees decide on interim president
Board votes in favor of ASSET bill, tuition freeze for 2013-14
[Glenwood Springs, Colo.] The Board of Trustees of Colorado Mountain College today announced a unanimous vote to appoint Charles Dassance, Ph.D., as interim president of the college. Once all terms are agreed upon, Dassance will oversee the 12-location community college in north-central Colorado while the board seeks and appoints a president for the permanent position. Dassance was selected among three candidates following a final interview process Jan. 28.
The role of president became available in December upon the resignation of Stan Jensen, Ph.D. During the interim period, the college’s elected trustees will conduct a nationwide search for a long-term candidate. Details of how the search will be conducted are yet to be determined.
“Each candidate we considered was outstanding. We couldn’t go wrong choosing any one of them,” said board trustee Pat Chlouber of Lake County. “Dr. Dassance seems to understand and can fulfill the mission we have in mind for the next few months, and we’re confident he’ll work well with our communities and add strength to our staff.”
Contact: Bob Wilson, CDOT Public Relations, (303) 757-94
CLEAR CREEK COUNTY – Lane closures and traffic stops will be taking place on Interstate 70 at Georgetown Hill next week for rock scaling and fence installation, weather permitting.
• Monday, February 11: Right lane closed westbound from Georgetown to Silver Plume – 10 a.m. to sundown
• Tuesday, February 12, through Thursday, February 14: Traffic stops of 20 minutes on eastbound and westbound I-70 throughout the day (approximately twice each hour) from 10 a.m. until sundown. Westbound traffic will be stopped at the Georgetown interchange; eastbound traffic at the Silver Plume interchange.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) must stop traffic to maintain safety through the area for the traveling public.
Removing loose rocks and securing additional rocks and boulders on Georgetown Hill is providing I-70 drivers with long-term safety enhancements in an area that can be prone to rockfall.
Weekly lane closure information about this and other projects is available at www.coloradodot.info/travel/scheduled-lane-closures.html or by calling 511. To receive project updates via e-mail, visit www.coloradodot.info and click on the cell-phone icon in the upper right-hand corner. The link takes you to a list of items you can subscribe to, including I-70 West, Denver to Glenwood Springs.
CDOT’s new smartphone application also is providing drivers with easier access to I-70 traveler information. It includes travel speeds and times, road conditions, incidents, road work; and feeds from CDOT's closed-circuit television cameras and alerts. Text CDOT to 25827 or download CDOT Mobile from your App store.
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