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Town Seeks EPURA Commissioner

The Town is seeking to fill one position on the Estes Park Urban Renewal Authority Board. This position will be appointed immediately to fulfill the current term of newly elected Trustee John Ericson, ending in 2012.
EPURA Commissioners provide policy guidance in improving the Estes Park community. The primary purpose of the Authority is to make physical improvements that benefit the community and enhance the economy. Past accomplishments include Elkhorn Avenue streetscape, the Riverwalk, Performance Park, parking improvements, redevelopment of Bob’s Amoco as Riverspointe Downtown and preservation of the Knoll.

EPURA Commissioners are appointed by Mayor Bill Pinkham with the approval of the Town Board of Trustees. Town residency is not a requirement and there is no compensation for serving. The board meets on the third Wednesday of every month at 8 a.m. in the town board room.

If you are interested in serving our community as an EPURA Commissioner, please submit a statement of interest to: The Town of Estes Park Human Resources Department, P.O. Box 1200, Estes Park, CO 80517 or e-mail Debbie Parrack at or Wil Smith at Please respond by June 6, 2008.

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