Seeking new members for Citizens Advisory Committee
Information provided by RTD
The citizen’s group responsible for advising the Regional
Transportation District (RTD) on its FasTracks program is seeking new
committee members who are interested in public transit issues. Citizens
Advisory Committee (CAC) is looking for individuals interested in
serving on this all-volunteer panel. Applicants will be considered for
positions expiring in December and also openings next year.
The 17-member committee advises RTD on matters relating to its voter-approved FasTracks program.
Members represent a wide variety of interests, backgrounds, and
professional experiences, and their public outreach meetings keep Denver
area citizens abreast of FasTracks progress and provide opportunities
for input by local communities.
“We have an important mission and our group relies on the
participation of informed citizens of the Denver area and surrounding
communities who can join us in guiding and imparting advice to RTD as it
moves forward with the FasTracks implementation,” said CAC co-chair
David Lewis. “We look forward to receiving applications from people who
truly want to make a difference.”
Individuals interested in applying for a position on the CAC should submit letters of interest
by e-mail. Letters
must be received by the close of business on Friday, October 25 and
should include: A brief statement of interest in serving on the
committee; specific qualifications for serving on the CAC; highlights of
related experience and expertise; and a resumé.
For more information, contact Roger Sherman at 303-592-5465.