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Gilpin County Public Trustee Huffman named President

Of the Public Trustee Association of Colorado

PRESS RELEASE – Gilpin County Treasurer and Public Trustee, Alynn K. Huffman, was installed as the President of the Public Trustee Association of Colorado during their June Conference in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Her peers voted that Alynn, who has been the Treasurer and Public Trustee for the past thirteen years in Gilpin County, has the knowledge and experience needed to lead the Association during the next year.

Alynn also has the distinction of being “Colorado State Certified” through the Association and in conjunction with Colorado Mesa University. In order to accomplish this goal, a Public Trustee must meet several criteria set by the Association during a four-year term relating to experience, education and leadership. Alynn completed this goal in 2006, 2010 and will re-certify in 2014.

PTAC provides support and education to all 64 County Public Trustees in Colorado. PTAC in conjunction with CCTA hosts two statewide meetings each year to discuss new legislation which might affect County Public Trustees’ offices. The Association also supports ideas beneficial to County Public Trustees and develops a practical study of any problems encountered by County Public Trustees. The common goal of PTAC is to increase efficiency and consistency of service to the general public and to all county governments.

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