AURORA — The E-470 Public Highway Authority board of directors, consisting of representatives from each of its eight member municipal and county jurisdictions, has announced board appointments and officer elections for the current year. Elections were made at E-470’s Jan. 24 board meeting.
Thornton Councilman Randy Drennen was re-elected as board chair; re-elected as vice-chair was Brighton Mayor Dick McLean; and newly elected as secretary/treasurer is Commerce City Councilman Jim Benson.
The five other additional board members are Adams County Commissioner Chaz Tedesco, Arapahoe County Commissioner Bill Holen, Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan, Douglas County Commissioner Roger Partridge and Parker Councilman Josh Martin.
Each of the eight jurisdictions selects its own appointee to serve on the board of directors. Appointments are normally made by the jurisdictions during January and February.
The E-470 Board of Directors also has seven non-voting members: the cities of Arvada and Greeley, the City and County of Broomfield, and Weld County; and three agencies: the Colorado Department of Transportation, the Denver Regional Council of Governments, and the Regional Transportation District.