CMC begins its search for a new president |

CMC begins its search for a new president

John Colson / Glenwood Springs Post Independent

— Two of Colorado Mountain College's seven trustees on Thursday took on the initial phase of the search for an interim president for the six-county college system.

The board, minus Trustee Anne Freedman, of Basalt, engaged in a special meeting by telephone conference.

For more than an hour and a half, the trustees debated how best to replace former college President Stan Jensen, who resigned in December after more than four years on the job.

Trustees Pat Chlouber, of Lake County, and Mary Ellen Denomy, of western Garfield County, were directed to come up with a short list of candidates for the interim position, according to a motion by Trustee Ken Brenner, of Routt County.

No timetable was set for the task, though it will be an item at the board's next regular meeting Jan. 22.

Read the full story on the Glenwood Springs Post Independent’s website.

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