Grand Junction woman appointed to parks and wildlife board

Jennifer Rieke Taylor of Grand Junction has been appointed to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission.

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed Taylor to succeed Jim Spehar, also of Grand Junction, on the commission to represent outdoor recreation and the use of park resources.

The 11-member commission sets regulations and policies for state parks and wildlife programs.

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