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Kremmling mayor to chair water and wastewater committee

Tom Clark, mayor of Kremmling, was recently selected by Colorado Municipal League Board President Doug Linkhart to chair the League’s Water and Wastewater Issues Committee.

Clark has served as the mayor of Kremmling since 2002. He is currently the chair of the Grand County Water Information Network, and an at-large member on the Colorado Basin Roundtable. Clark serves on the executive committee of the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments and is a member of the Water Quality and Quantity Committee. Clark is also involved with the Colorado State Forest Service which promotes healthy forest management.

CML’s Statewide Municipal Water and Wastewater Issues Committee was established by the CML Board in December 2004 and consists of over 60 representatives of municipalities around the state. The committee is charged with:

– Identifying issues and developing consensus positions of statewide municipal interest as they relate to water and wastewater policies.

– Identifying potential impacts of statewide municipal interest of a downstream call affecting the Colorado River Copact and other interstate river compacts.

CML is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization established in 1923 and represents the interests of 263 cities and towns. For more information on the Colorado Municipal League, visit or call (303) 831-6411.

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