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RBC I The Rio Blanco County Board of Supervisors has pared the list of candidates for the position of county administrator down to the final three.
Originally, there were 10 candidates on the application list with one of those being from Rio Blanco County. At the time, until finalists are chosen, the county is prevented from releasing the names of the candidates. Once the finalists are named, the names become public record.
Katelin Cook, the executive director of the Meeker Chamber of Commerce for the past three years, is one of the three finalists for the post. Cook has served on the Meeker Town Board for the past six years, has served on several town boards and was an escrow closer prior to her position at the chamber.
The other two candidates for the position are Allison Kincaid of Thornton, Colo., and Lori Cosslett from Grand Junction.
Kincaid is currently employed by Colorado Parks and Wildlife as the partnership coordinator.
Cosslett is currently the district manager for the Central Grand Valley Sanitation District.
All three candidates are scheduled for interviews on Friday.