Craig Springer Re-Appointed to Federal Mineral Lease District Board of Directors

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Craig Springer Re-Appointed to Federal Mineral Lease District Board of Directors

PRESS RELEASE                                                                 January 15, 2020

Craig Springer  Re-Appointed to Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District Board of Directors

GRAND JUNCTION, CO – The Mesa County Board of Commissioners re-appointed Home Loan State Bank President, Craig Springer, to serve a three-year term as chair of the Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District (MCFMLD) on Monday, January 13, 2020.

The MCFMLD oversees the distribution of Federal Mineral Leasing funds to local public entities by providing financial support to serve the infrastructure, construction, and public service needs of our community.

Springer will continue to serve with fellow MCFMLD board members Mesa County Commissioner John Justman and local business leader Quint Shear, of Shear, Inc.

The MCFMLD Board of Directors are appointed by the Mesa County Commissioners. Springer filled the position of representative at large for the MCFMLD.

MCFMLD Board meetings are open to the public and public comments are welcome. The next meeting is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. on February 19, 2020. Meetings are held at the Home Loan Building, located at 205 N. 4th Street in Grand Junction.

For more information, please visit our website at www.mesafml.org. You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter for up-to-date information regarding meetings and grant project progress.

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Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District (MCFMLD) was established in 2011. The MCFMLD serves a mission to enhance positive social and economic impact in Mesa County from the development, processing and energy conversion of fuels and minerals leased under the Federal “Mineral Lands Leasing Act” through strategic grants, partnerships and leadership. Since 2011, MCFMLD has awarded over $7.9 million to local entities in Mesa County. For more information, or to join in the conversation, please visit our website at www.mesaFML.org. Join us on social media, using hashtags #MesaFMLD or #MCFLMD, on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/MCFMLD or twitter at www.twitter.com/MesaFMLD.

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