Volunteers are being sought for the Kendall Mountain Recreation Area Master Plan Committee, a citizens advisory group charged with making recommendations to the Town Trustees on a variety of issues related to the Kendall planning process. Applications are currently being accepted for two seats that are being vacated as a result of the recent municipal election. To be considered for this committee, individuals must be full-time, year-round residents of Silverton or San Juan County, be free of any potential conflicts of interest, and be able to commit 10 – 15 hours per month for a period of 12 – 18 months. Skills or experience in the following areas are desired: Law/Contract Negotiations, Recreation Planning or Outdoor Industry Business, Fundraising (non-profit capital campaigns and/or equity investment), Public-Private Partnerships, Large Scale Construction/Development Projects, Economic Development Projects, Finance/Budgeting. Applications are due by 5 pm on May 1, 2020. More details about these volunteer positions and how to apply can be found by clicking here, or by visiting the Kendall Mountain website at www.skikendall.com/kmra-master-plan.
To increase open communication and address the questions and concerns of community members directly, the KMRAMPC will be publishing a regular column in the Silverton Standard. Check out this week’s paper for the first installment of Kendall Mountain Community Connection!
The KMRAMPC has also created a Kendall Mountain Master Plan Facebook page as a forum for sharing regular updates and information about the planning process, their inspirations, and how community members can stay involved. Check out www.facebook.com/kendallmountainmasterplan and give the page a “like” to keep up to date with the latest information.