County seeks applicants for board vacancies
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Several seats are open on Grand County boards, commissions and committees, according to Grand County Council Administrator Ruth Dillon.

Applicants must be Grand County residents, have appropriate expertise as required by law, and agree to abide by the county’s conflict of interest ordinance. Applications are due Jan. 28.

Openings include two seats on the Housing Authority Board, one seat on the Council on Aging, one seat on the Cemetery Maintenance District Board, and one seat on the Transportation District Board (applicant must reside in unincorporated Grand County).

Call Dillon at 435-259-1347 for more information. Applicants must complete the Board, Commission, and Committee Certification and Application Form available at or at the Grand County Council office, 125 E. Center St.

All qualified applicants will be interviewed. The Grand County Council will make appointments for the volunteer positions during a regular council meeting. Board member responsibilities and board meeting dates are available at

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