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Fremont County Tourism Council Vacancy
The Fremont County Board of Commissioners is seeking letters of interest from Fremont County residents to fill a vacancy on the Fremont County Tourism Council. The Tourism Council develops and administers a Tourism Marketing Plan for Fremont County utilizing the proceeds from the Fremont County Lodging Tax.
Heidi Anderson, currently employed by Royal Gorge Rafting and Zip Line Tours, is leaving the board before her term expires. The term runs through Jan. 1, 2018.
Employment or ownership in a local tourism-related business will be a determining factor in the appointment by the Commissioners.
FCTC members are required to attend monthly meetings as well as any special meetings as voted upon by the council. Periodic attendance at other community meetings pertaining to tourism issues may also be necessary. The position involves voluntary service with no compensation.
Letters of interest should include the applicant’s qualifications and contact information. They should be addressed to the Fremont County Board of Commissioners, Room 105, Fremont County Administration Building, 615 Macon Avenue, Cañon City, CO 81212. The deadline for letters is 12 noon Thursday, Sept. 22.
August 30, 2016
Primary Election Results
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July 11, 2016
2015 Fremont County Accountability Report
April 19, 2016
Fremont County Airport hangar for rent
Fremont County Airport has a corporate, heated hangar for rent. Daily and weekly rents are available. Contact main airport office at (719) 784-3816 for more information. To view a photo, click here.
January 13, 2016
FREMONT COUNTY EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR
Fremont County Elected Officials named Janis DeCino as the 2015 Fremont County Employee of the Year. Both her co-workers and the public greatly appreciate what an excellent job she does as the Recording Assistant Director.
As stated in her nomination letters:
“…always pleasant, hard-working, meticulous, and considerate…”
“…shows compassion and empathy for all she encounters…”
“…attention to detail, exceeds expectations, an inspiration to others…”
“…has the patience and willingness to share the knowledge she has acquired…”
Jan’s pride in Fremont County shows and her years of loyal service are commendable. The County is a better place with Jan a part of it.
Congratulations and job well done!
Check Out Past Recipients of Fremont County Employee of the Year Awards