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POST Board

Peace Officer Standards and Training Board

The POST Board is made up of lay members, professionals and experts within the law and law enforcement communities. The Board makes decisions on policy and advises POST staff on the day-to-day operation of the unit.

Please see C.R.S. 24-31-302 - Creation of board and C.R.S. 24-31-303 Duties - powers of the P.O.S.T. board for further information regarding the composition and duties of the POST Board, and Rule 2 for information regarding meetings.

The POST Board meets quarterly from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm on Fridays in March, June, September and December at the Carr Judicial Building, 1300 Broadway, Denver. There is typically an all-day work session held the Thursday before the Board meeting in September. In addition to regular meetings, there are occasionally subcommittees created in response to specific needs, such as determining grant allocations, or appeals by individuals regarding denial or revocation of certification.

Membership openings will be posted on this site, and will be emailed to agencies, academies, and other pertinent groups, depending on type of opening. You may apply for POST Board membership via the Governor's Office of Boards and Commissions. Applications are valid for two years.

POST Board Members & Staff

Revised 04/26/2024

Board Members

Board Members


Attorney General Phil Weiser
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser was sworn in as the State’s 39th Attorney General on January 8, 2019. Before running for office, Weiser served as the Hatfield Professor of Law and Dean of the University of Colorado Law School, where he founded the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship and co-chaired the Colorado Innovation Council. Before his appointment at the Justice Department, Weiser served as a law clerk to Justices Byron R. White and Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the United States Supreme Court. He is the son and grandson of Holocaust survivors and lives in Denver with his wife, Dr. Heidi Wald, and their two children.
Chief George Dingfelder
Vice Chair 
Monte Vista Police Department
Appointment Date: 10/16/2020
Chief Dingfelder was raised on a ranch in southeastern Montana. After graduating high school, he immediately joined the U.S. Army and worked as a military police officer for more than six years. During his career, Chief Dingfelder was in Alabama, Georgia and Korea. He finished his service at Ft. Carson and in 1995 was hired by the Colorado State Patrol (CSP). The same year, Chief Dingfelder completed the CSP Academy and was assigned to the city of Monte Vista as his first duty station, where he continues to serve as Chief of Police. Chief Dingfelder received his degrees from Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command in 2008 and the FBI National Academy in 2019. Besides making a difference in the community, Chief Dingfelder enjoys spending time with his wife Stephanie and their two children.
Donald Addy
Public Member

Appointment Date: 09/29/2021
Mr. Addy had a company that built shooting ranges for military facilities, along with law enforcement facilities all across the US. He has worked extensively with El Paso and Teller County law enforcement agencies on various projects. In addition to the POST Board, Mr. Addy serves as the Chairman of the Pikes Peak Crime Stoppers. Some of his hobbies include golf, skeet shooting, and volunteer work for the Colorado Springs Police Department, and military members and their families.

Ashley Beck
Public Member
Appointment Date: 08/21/2018
Ms. Beck is a Colorado native. She graduated from the University of Portland (OR) with a B.A. degree in Political Science and Spanish. After completing an externship in the U.S. Senate in Washington D.C., Ms. Beck moved abroad and taught at a bilingual school in Spain for two years. She spent a month trekking over 520 miles across Spain on the Camino de Santiago. Upon her return to the U.S., Ms. Beck obtained her law degree (J.D.) from the University of Colorado Law School. She has worked as a Deputy District Attorney at the Denver District Attorney’s Office since 2013, having held positions in county court, drug court unit, juvenile unit, district court, family violence unit, and most recently, the intake unit. When not at work, Ms. Beck enjoys spending time outdoors running and hiking, training her dog Toby, travelling, and volunteering as a member of her neighborhood home improvement association.
Chief Gregory Daly
Avon Police Department
Appointment Date: 10/16/2020
Chief Daly was born and raised in Ireland, where he graduated from the University College Dublin with an Honors degree in Financial Services. Chief Daly decided to move to Colorado in 1994 and then attended the CLETA police academy. Shortly after, he worked for some time at the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office. Since 2002 Chief Daly filled various roles as a Patrol Deputy, a Field Training Officer, a SWAT Team Operator, a Fitness Coordinator, a Defensive Tactics Instructor and as a Patrol Sergeant. He joined Avon Police Department in 2008 as a Police Lieutenant and was subsequently promoted to the Chief of Police in 2016. Chief Daly is married and a proud father to a boy and a girl.
Laura Daniels
Public Member

Appointment Date: 09/29/2021
Ms. Daniels was a school teacher and continues to work in the school district as a cross-country coach. She is currently Chairwoman of the Gunnison County Planning Commission and the Development & Marketing Director at Crested Butte Nordic. Ms. Daniels passion for law enforcement and desire to serve on the POST Board comes with a personal insight since her husband has worked as a police officer in Crested Butte for the past 17 years. Like many Coloradans, Ms. Daniels enjoys skiing, biking, and exploring the beautiful natural landscapes of our state.

Deputy Marshal Rachel DeFrancesco
Town of Ridgway Marshal's Office
Appointment Date: 09/29/2021
Deputy DeFrancesco spent 22 years with the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, retiring as a Lieutenant and is a graduate from Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command. While at the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, she developed new methods of interacting with high-risk populations in the detention facility, reducing violence and other non-compliant behaviors through the development of positive staff interaction models with confined people. Deputy DeFrancesco is a veteran of the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force.  Deputy DeFrancesco is currently a patrol officer at the Ridgway Marshal’s Office. Deputy DeFrancesco is a former member and Chairperson of the ACT SME. POST is honored to welcome her as the first transgender woman of color to be appointed to the Board.
Sharletta C. Evans
Public Member
Appointment Date: 9/29/2021
Ms. Evans is a survivor family member, who lost her three-year-old son, Casson Xavier Evans, to a drive-by shooting as a result of gang violence 25 years ago. Ms. Evans has been a Colorado resident for 42 years. She has dedicated her life's passion to restorative justice facilitation, juvenile advocacy, lobbying, and legislative work to the cause of juvenile justice and survivor family members. Ms. Evans focuses on the Black and brown communities and is a firm believer in safety, equality and fair sentencing. She is currently enrolled at the Community College of Aurora with a major in Psychology, furthering her knowledge to best serve those with the greater need.
Chief Terrence Gordon
Thornton Police Department
Appointment Date: 09/29/2021
Chief Gordon joined the Thornton Police Department in December 2020, after retiring as Assistant Chief after 25 years of service in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In his career, he has worked a variety of assignments, including patrol, investigations, administration, and as Training Director for the Milwaukee Police Academy and Regional Training Center. Chief Gordon continues to train leaders at all levels across the U.S. and internationally, and is grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the police profession in the State of Colorado.
Executive Director Stan Hilkey
Department of Public Safety
Appointment Date: 09/12/2014
Executive Director Hilkey is a Colorado native and has been POST-certified since 1986. He served 28 years in the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office, where he was the elected Sheriff of Mesa County for 11 years. Executive Director Hilkey was appointed to the Colorado Department of Public Safety in 2014 and was reappointed in 2019. In addition to the POST Board and various work groups, Executive Director Hilkey serves as Chair of the Commission on Crime and Juvenile Justice, Chair of the Colorado Fire Commission, Chair of the Homeland Security Advisors Council, Board Member of Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area. Under his leadership, the Colorado Department of Public Safety has played a critical, lifesaving role in the state's response to the pandemic, the largest wildfires, and historic civil unrest. On a personal level, Executive Director Hilkey enjoys fishing and exploring the great outdoors on his motorcycle.
Sheriff KC Hume
Moffat County Sheriff's Office
Sheriff Hume, along with his beloved wife of 26 years, Errica, proudly hail from the picturesque landscapes of Colorado, specifically Craig and Moffat County. This native couple, deeply rooted in their home state, has been graced with the joys of parenthood, raising two remarkable children, Kadin and Kimber. Kadin is currently navigating the world of higher education as a college sophomore, while Kimber is making her mark in high school.
Sheriff Hume embarked on his journey in law enforcement and public safety within the confines of the Moffat County Sheriff’s Office. His dedicated service began humbly as a patrol deputy, a role that paved the way for a lengthy career. In a significant milestone, January of 2023 marked the inauguration of Sheriff Hume's third term as sheriff, signifying an impressive 31 years of unwavering commitment and service to the Moffat County community. Community and service are the guiding principles of Sheriff Hume's tenure. His devotion extends beyond law enforcement, as evidenced by his substantial contributions to Craig Fire/Rescue. After an impressive 22-year journey, he retired in January of 2022, having risen to the esteemed position of Chief of the department.
Sheriff Hume's dedication and focus of service transcends county boundaries, as he plays pivotal roles in various capacities across the State of Colorado. Notable among these are his positions as Secretary/Treasurer of the County Sheriffs of Colorado, his involvement as a member of the Colorado Fire Commission, and his engagement as a member of the Colorado Opioid Abatement Council. Adding another layer to his dynamic portfolio, Sheriff Hume was recently appointed to the POST Board, showcasing his continued commitment to enhancing law enforcement practices across Colorado.
Chief David Krouse
City of Fruita

Appointment Date: 02/24/2023
Chief David Krouse has almost 30 years of law enforcement experience and currently serves as the police chief in Fruita, on Colorado’s western slope. Throughout his career with both the Fruita and Grand Junction Police Departments, Chief Krouse has held positions as a patrol officer, hostage negotiator, crime prevention officer, and public information officer. He supervised several patrol teams before being assigned to the Professional Standards Unit where he worked internal affairs, training, and recruitment and hiring. He also served as the department’s liaison to the local police academy and as the regional coordinator of Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT), facilitating its implementation in the region. Chief Krouse holds several instructor certifications including firearms, defensive tactics, law enforcement driving, crisis intervention, anti-biased policing, and ethics, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology/Criminology from Colorado State University – Pueblo, and a Master of Arts degree in Psychology from Northcentral University. Chief Krouse is currently enrolled in the Master of Science in Military and Emergency Responder Psychology at Colorado State University – Global. He is also an adjunct instructor in the criminal justice program at Colorado Mesa University and serves on several policing committees and boards in Colorado. Chief Krouse is committed to promoting and enhancing mental health for first responders, military personnel, and veterans – serving those who serve. Outside of work and school, Chief Krouse most enjoys spending time with his grandchildren.

Deputy Shannon Lofland
Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
Appointment Date: 12/16/2020
Deputy Lofland served with Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) for 20 years. During that time, she filled many roles, with her most long-term assignment as a Training Coordinator in the Arapahoe County Training Unit. Deputy Lofland is the Lead Driving Instructor for ACSO and has had the opportunity to train law enforcement nationally. She has been a member of the POST Driving Subject Matter Expert Committee since 2014 and is currently serving as Vice Chair of the Committee. Deputy Lofland was appointed to the POST Board in 2020 and, in addition, serves on different subcommittees, including the Commission for Improving First Responder Interactions with Persons with Disabilities and the Academy Application Review Subcommittee. On the personal side, Deputy Lofland is a business owner, proud Momma and wife. She enjoys the outdoors and raising chickens, turkeys, and goats on her 160-acre ranch on the Eastern Plains of Colorado.
Sheriff David Lucero
Pueblo County Sheriff's Office
Appointment Date: 02/24/2023
Sheriff David Lucero began his career in public service at age 17 upon swearing in to the Army National Guard in his native New Mexico. He joined law enforcement in 2000 with the Lamar (Co.) Police Department. Sheriff Lucero was hired with the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office in 2004, and in his 19-year career there has worked in multiple roles from Patrol Deputy to Undersheriff. On October 18, 2022, Sheriff Lucero was sworn in as the 38th Sheriff of Pueblo County. Sheriff Lucero is a graduate of the FBI National Academy Session 271 and the FBI Rocky Mountain Command College. He is a graduate of Colorado State University-Pueblo and graduated with a Master of Public Safety from the University of Virginia in May 2022. Sheriff Lucero has served as vice president and president of the Colorado Jail Association and a Technical Resource Provider for the U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Corrections. Sheriff Lucero also services as a Special Deputy U.S. Marshal assigned to the U.S. Marshals Colorado Violent Offender Task Force. In January 2023, Governor Polis appointed Sheriff Lucero to the Natural Medicine Advisory Board, which advises the Department of Regulatory Agencies on the implementation of the regulated natural medicine access program. He is the representative of past criminal justice reform in Colorado.
Sheriff David Martin
Morgan County Sheriff's Office
Appointment Date: 09/16/2021
Sheriff Martin has been in law enforcement for 36 years and has worked in many roles for Morgan County since 1986. He has taught firearms, patrol procedures, and criminal investigation at his local community college. In addition to his duties as County Sheriff; Sheriff Martin serves on the Board of Directors for the Centennial Mental Health Center and leads the Northeast Chiefs and Sheriffs meeting group, increasing cooperation and networking throughout the region.
Sheriff Anthony Mazzola
Rio Blanco County Sheriff's Office
Appointment Date: 08/21/2018
Sheriff Mazzola’s family moved from Denver to Steamboat Springs in 1969, where his father owned and operated an Italian restaurant. Later, the family moved again to open another Italian restaurant in Meeker. Sheriff Mazzola settled in the area and got married to his life partner, Cheryl, with whom they just celebrated a 40th wedding anniversary! Sheriff Mazzola has proudly served the public since 1985. First in the United States Army and then at the Rio Blanco County Sheriff’s Office, starting as a Jailer and working his way through the ranks. Sheriff Mazzola strongly believes in giving back to the community. In addition to the POST Board, he served as the President of the Board of Directors for the White River Electric Association and continues to be very active in the Meeker Lion's Club, as well as local Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5843. Sheriff Mazzola’s true joy in life is his family. Their hobbies are scuba diving, camping, four-wheeling, and boating.
Sheriff Shawn Mobley
Otero County Sheriff's Office
Appointment Date: 09/16/2021
Sheriff Shawn Mobley has been the Sheriff of Otero County since 2014. Prior to that he worked for the La Junta Police Department for 10 years. Sheriff Mobley started in law enforcement with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, where he worked in the jail and dispatch before moving to patrol. Sheriff Mobley is a lead firearms instructor, arrest control instructor and tactical medicine instructor. He has been doing extensive training with the agencies he works with and has taught a number of topics at the Otero College Law Enforcement Academy Program. Sheriff Mobley has worked assignments from patrol, jail, dispatch, investigations, internal affairs to SWAT and narcotics. He also manages the Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Team and is a certified Wildland Firefighter. Sheriff Mobley is a U.S. Army Veteran and has earned a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice Administration with a specialization in Emergency Management from Colorado State University. Currently he is a graduate student studying clinical mental health counseling and plans to complete his doctorate degree in clinical psychology. Sheriff Mobley is on his second term on the POST Board, and member of the Arrest Control Subject Matter Expert Committee along with other State Boards. Sheriff Mobley is a father and enjoys spending whatever free time he has with his family, enjoying and exploring the outdoors, music, playing guitar and reading. He loves Jeeps, brewing fine craft beer and learning from others. Sheriff Mobley has always enjoyed teaching and considers himself a lifelong student. 
Scott Levin
Public Member
Appointment Date: 09/29/2021
Mr. Levin has been the Director of the Mountain States Region of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) since 2010. He assumed that position after nearly three decades as a successful trial attorney. At ADL, he oversees bias motivated hate crimes training of law enforcement officers and prosecutors at the local, state, and federal level throughout the state of Colorado. Mr. Levin has been the chair and/or served on the board of several nonprofit organizations including Rose Community Foundation, JEWISHcolorado and Metropolitan State University Foundation. He regularly speaks to the media, community and civic groups, legislative committees, schools and religious communities about civil rights, civic engagement, hate crimes, equality, diversity, and education issues.
Sheriff Sean Smith
La Plata County
Appointment Date: 02/24/2023
Sheriff Smith is the son of a retired Phoenix police officer and a U.S Army Veteran of Operation Desert Shield/Storm. Sheriff Smith has served in law enforcement for 25 years and is currently in his 9th year as the La Plata County Sheriff. Sheriff Smith has used his experience in corrections and social work to transform his agency into a service first organization with strong community partnerships. The Governor and Director of Public Safety have appointed Sheriff Smith to serve on several statewide boards and commissions. In 2021, Senator Bennet and Senator Hickenlooper nominated Sheriff Smith as one of three candidates for United States Marshal District of Colorado. Sheriff Smith earned a Bachelor Degree in Public Safety Administration from Grand Canyon University. Sheriff Smith resides in La Plata County with his wife of 30 years, Traci. They have three adult children and one beautiful granddaughter so far. Sheriff Smith enjoys spending time with family, traveling and he is a ski bike enthusiast.
SAC Mark Michalek
FBI Denver Field Office
Appointment Date: 03/08/2023
Mark Michalek is the Special Agent in Charge of the Denver Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation which covers both Colorado and Wyoming. Mr. Michalek began his career with the FBI as a Special Agent in 2005 where he was assigned to the Houston Field Office to work violent crime. In 2014, he promoted to Supervisory Special Agent and transferred to the Violent Crime Unit of the Criminal Investigative Division at FBI Headquarters where he oversaw the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitive Program. He returned to the Houston office in 2016 where he led the public corruption squad. In 2020, Mr. Michalek was appointed as an Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the San Diego Field Office before he promoted to Section Chief of the Employee Health and Performance Section in the Human Resources Division at Headquarters. Prior to joining the FBI, Mr. Michalek served as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Air Force. Today, he still enjoys flying as well as running.
Chief Jeff Swoboda
Fort Collins Police Services
Appointment Date: 09/07/2022
Chief of Police Jeffrey Swoboda has served with Fort Collins Police Services since June 2018. Prior to Fort Collins, he was with the Elgin Police Department in Illinois for 26 years, 8 of those as Chief of Police. Chief Swoboda has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from Aurora University, Aurora, Illinois and a Master of Arts Degree in Law Enforcement and Justice Administration from Western Illinois University. He has an Executive Certificate in Public Leadership from Harvard Kennedy School; the Law Enforcement Executive Development Program - FBI; the Police Executive Leadership Forum - Senior Management Institute for Police (PERFSMIP); the FBI National Academy (FBINA); the Executive Integral Leadership Program - University of Notre Dame; and The School of Police Staff and Command - Northwestern University. Chief Swoboda is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the Police Executive Research Forum, and the Colorado Chiefs of Police Association. Chief Swoboda and his wife Laura enjoy travelling and all outdoor activities especially hiking and bicycle riding.


Board Staff

Board Staff

Contact Info

Erik Bourgerie
POST Director
Ron Ryan 
POST Deputy Director
Mario Noriega
Administrative Coordinator
Chris Cooper
Administrative Coordinator
Gwen Burke
Academy Curriculum Developer 
Mary Vekasy
Compliance Manager
Megan Serena (on leave as of 4/25/24)
Compliance Coordinator
Janelle Rasmussen
Compliance Specialist
Eric Sipes
Compliance Specialist 
Lisa McCammon
Compliance Specialist 
Courtnay Schwartz
POST Investigator
Bob Baker
Training Manager
Dan Ostrander
Training Coordinator
Jared Torsney
Marijuana Training Specialist
Nicola Erb
Training Specialist
Kim Hernandez
Grant Manager
Kishawn Leuthauser
Grants Specialist
Victoria Edstedt
Grants Specialist
Tara Buchalter
Senior Assistant Attorney General & Board Counsel

POST Board Meeting Schedule

Upcoming Next

POST Board Meeting

Time: Friday, June 7th, 2024, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Location: State Services Building 1525 Sherman St. Denver, CO, 80203

Starting March 6th, 2024, all POST meetings, trainings and events will be published via the Event Calendar available on the home page of our website: POST Work Session and Board Meeting information can be found there as well.

2023 & 2024 Meetings
POST Work Session03/14/2024Virtual Teams Meeting
POST Board Meeting03/15/2024Virtual Teams Meeting
POST Board Meeting06/07/2024State Services Building
POST Work Session09/12/2024Pueblo, Colorado
POST Board Meeting09/13/2024Pueblo, Colorado
POST Board Meeting12/06/2024TBD
Address & Building Information

POST Board meetings take place from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., unless otherwise noted. SME committees meet from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., immediately prior to the Board meeting.

The Judicial Center is a secure facility. All visitors must go through security when entering, and you must have a valid picture ID with you. Please enter the building at 13th and Broadway. The building opens to the public at 7:30 am. Please do not request early admission.

The first and second floors are public and, unless you have a weapon, you need not sign in. If you are armed, you will be escorted to the reception desk where you will sign in and receive a badge indicating that you are armed. There are no weapons allowed at any time on the Court side of the building and there are no weapons lockers available on site.

Colorado Department of Law
Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center
1300 Broadway
Denver, CO 80203

Records of Proceedings

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are generally available shortly before each regularly-scheduled POST meeting. Meeting minutes are available after final approval at the subsequent Board meeting.

DateTypeRecords of Proceedings
June 7, 2024Board Meeting Agenda 
March 15, 2024Board Meeting Agenda 
March 14, 2024Work Session Agenda 
December 1, 2023Board Meeting Agenda 
September 8, 2023Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 7, 2023Work Session AgendaMinutes
June 2, 2023Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
March 10, 2023Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
March 9, 2023Work Session AgendaMinutes
December 2, 2022Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 9, 2022Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 8, 2022Work Session AgendaMinutes
June 3, 2022Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
March 11, 2022Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
March 10, 2022Board Work SessionMinutes
December 3, 2021Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 24, 2021 Board Meeting Agenda Minutes
September 23, 2021Board Work SessionMinutes
June 4, 2021 Board Meeting AgendaMinutes 
March 26, 2021Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
December 11, 2020Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 18, 2020Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 17, 2020Board Work SessionMinutes
May 29, 2020Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
March 27, 2020Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
March 26, 2020Board Work SessionMinutes
December 6, 2019Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 20, 2019Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 19, 2019 - Work SessionBoard Work SessionMinutes
June 14, 2019Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
March 1, 2019Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
December 7, 2018Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 14, 2018Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 13, 2018 - Work SessionBoard Work SessionMinutes
June 1, 2018Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
March 9, 2018Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
December 1, 2017Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 8, 2017Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 7, 2017Board Work Session 
June 2, 2017Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
March 24, 2017Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
December 16th, 2016
(Rescheduled from December 2nd, 2016)
Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 16, 2016Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 15, 2016Board Meeting Work Session 
June 3, 2016Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
March 11, 2016Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
December 14, 2015
(Rescheduled from December 4, 2015)
Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 18, 2015Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 17, 2015Board Meeting Work SessionMinutes
June 12, 2015Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
March 6, 2015Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
November 21, 2014Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 12, 2014Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
June 13, 2014Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
March 7, 2014Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
December 6, 2013Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 20, 2013Board Meeting AgendaMinutes
September 19, 2013Board Meeting Work SessionMinutes



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