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- WEDNESDAY, April 16, 2014 -
Four new members sworn in on Fleming’s TC The table at which the Fleming Town Council sits looks different than it has over the past few years. Four new members were sworn in during a meeting last Tuesday and next month, new mayor Larry Schaefer will join the four along with returning council members Sam Wolever and Bob Tanner. Kevin Koenig, Sue Einspahr, Sally Carter and Cameron Harms took their oath of office on April 7 and participated in their first meeting of a new term. Koenig, Einspahr and Harms will serve four-year terms and Carter a two-year term.
 

Haxtun Town Council holds 3-hour long April 7 meeting It was a long night for members of the Haxtun Town Council, last Monday, April 7. Members met and talked with representatives from Haxtun Schools about the new building project and considered requests from the Haxtun Chamber of Commerce and the Haxtun American Legion, taking up a three-hour time span.

 

Fleming BOE begins
search for new superintendent
The Fleming Board of Education has opened the application process in search of a new superintendent. Jim Copeland, who currently holds the position, resigned during a meeting last month and the BOE is working with the Colorado Association of School Boards to find his replacement.

 

HHD Board of Directors accepts resignation of Dr. Spurlock at April 7 meeting Members of the Haxtun Hospital Board of Directors ended their April 7 meeting with the “regretful” acceptance of Dr. Joseph Spurlock, MD. The District hired Dr. Spurlock in August of 2011 and named him chief of staff the following October. The motion accepting the resignation included a request that Dr. Spurlock remain for the 90 days stipulated in his contract to give the District time to seek a replacement and for Dr. Colby Jolley to complete her maternity leave.

 


New council members in Fleming

FLEMING CLERK Kim Harms, far left, administers the oath of office to new council members (l-r), Cameron Harms, Sally Carter, Sue Einspahr and Kevin Koenig last Tuesday. All will serve four-year terms with the exception of Carter who will serve a two-year term.

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