Business briefs for Jan. 16

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Spaustat passes

engineer exam

Steamboat Springs

Landmark Consultants Inc., Routt County's only combined civil engineering and land surveying firm, has announced that Ryan Spaustat has passed the Colorado Professional Engineering exam. With Spaustat's licensing, the entire full-time engineering staff of Landmark Consultants Inc. is made up of registered professionals. Spaustat is a graduate of University of Colorado and has been employed at Landmark Consultants Inc. since 2002.

The company offers a full spectrum of engineering and surveying services and can be contacted at 871-9494.

Sachs resumes

law practice

Steamboat Springs

Longtime Steamboat Springs Municipal Judge Paul Sachs has opened a private legal practice.

Most recently Sachs was a program manager for The Orton Family Foundation, a nonprofit working to provide small communities with tools for responsible land-use planning. He also has served as Steamboat's municipal judge for a decade.

Previously, Sachs was project coordinator of the Yampa Valley Legacy Education Initiative. The program developed multi-disciplinary projects centered on the legacy of the Yampa Valley for schools and area communities.

For eight years before that, Sachs practiced law, clerking for the federal courts Philadelphia, in the environmental department at Davis, Graham & Stubbs in Denver, and at Sharp and Barney LLC in Steamboat focusing on real estate, business and water law.

Sachs is race director of the Steamboat Marathon and board member of the Education Fund Educational Excellence Commission since 1995. He also is a board member of the Emerald Mountain Partnership, as well as the Nordic Council. He earned a bachelor's degree in history and literature from Harvard University and a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

Sachs intends to continue to focus on issues concerning real estate, conservation, water and nonprofit law, but also welcomes business of all types.

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