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Colorado Springs Hispania News (Newspaper) - June 23, 2005, Colorado Springs, Colorado
23 de Junto 2005 a 30 de Junta 2005 hispania news Page 3community news Owens announces appointees to Colorado civil rights commission gov. Bill Owens has announced the appointment of Eva m. Valdez of Pueblo and Virginia Butler of Denver to the Colorado civil rights commission. A the Colorado civil rights commission investigates cases involving discrimination and works to prevent discrimination Quot said Owens. A both appointees will bring their unique skills to address these issues on behalf of Eva Valdez a sugar City native currently serves As a patient rights specialist in Iii in the patient rights office of the Colorado mental health Institute in Pueblo Colorado. She has clinical expertise in several areas including forensic exams on sexual assault victims forensic psychiatric mental health nursing substance abuse counselling and his aids counselling. Complaints and conducts hearings concerning alleged discrimination in employment apprenticeship programs on the Job training and vocational schools. The commission also investigates the existence of discriminatory or unfair employment practices by a person employment Agency labor organization or vocational school. Terms Are four years in length and appointees require Senate the commission investigates confirmation. Leadership pikes Peak accepting applications leadership pikes Peak is now accepting applications for the 2005-2006 signature program an in depth look at the Colorado Springs Community its leaders and decision making processes. Application packets can be obtained by calling 632-2618 or visiting we org and Are due july i. The program begins in september. The signature program offers participants a Chance to network with other citizens of diverse backgrounds and professions while gaining knowledge of challenges and opportunities facing the pikes Peak Region. The class meets once or twice each month to hear from Community leaders get behind the scenes Tours of Community facilities and cultivate leadership skills. Leadership pikes Peak is the premiere Community leadership organization in the pikes Peak Region. App has offered 25 years of leadership programming and has Over 850 graduates who Are working to make our Community a wonderful place to live work and play. A ppm a Mission is to provide vital and diverse Community trustees by building awareness and commitment to the Ideal that people who live and work Here Are responsible for our Community and is dedicated to the vision of a Leader full Community where everyone makes a difference. For More information visit we org look after wildlife by keeping it wild the Colorado division of wildlife is asking the Public to do its part to help reduce potentially dangerous wildlife encounters and the message is simple done to feed the wildlife a there is mounting evidence that artificial feeding of wildlife contributes directly to the problems Between wildlife and people Quot said Albert Romero the District wildlife officer for Western Elpaso county. A we know that artificial feeding concentrates animals and accelerates the spread of diseases. It also causes wild animals to Loose their fear of humans which increases the Chance of someone getting bitten or a Many people who feed wildlife do not realize that it does More harm than Good Quot said Romero. A in the Case of bears foxes and coyotes feeding encourages animals to associate humans with food a an association that often results in the animals i not Only is feeding unhealthy for wild animals it is also illegal. Colorado Law prohibits feeding Deer Elk Moose pronghorn Antelope Bighorn sheep Mountain Lions bears foxes or coyotes. Wildlife officers can ticket people for feeding wildlife by leaving out garbage pet food Grain meat scraps or other food sources known to attract bears and other animals. A we View this As primarily a human safety Issue a said Randy Hancock a wildlife officer from Buena Vista. A nation wide statistics clearly show that most of the incidents where foxes or coyotes injured people occurred after the animals had been regularly fed by someone. A a a e understand that people often feed wildlife because they think they re helping the animals but the results Are often bad for both humans and the animals Quot said Hancock. In the Case of Deer Elk or other big game species the animals congregate around an artificial food source which increases physical Contact As they Jostle for food. In the wild Deer or Elk might feed from the same plants but direct nose to nose Contact is minimal. At an artificial food pile however direct nose to nose Contact can quickly spread diseases like brucellosis tuberculosis or chronic wasting disease. Feeding wildlife is not just a Rural problem. Coyotes and foxes can turn up in just about any Colorado setting from Mountain hamlets and ski resorts to Urban Parks and suburban neighbourhoods. It is not unusual to get reports of coyotes and foxes appearing in suburban neighbourhoods. Citizens living in new suburban developments have reported hearing packs of howling coyotes at night and seeing solitary coyotes or foxes wandering Down residential streets. People have even reported seeing foxes and coyotes in downtown Denver. The Mere presence of wildlife does not constitute a threat but when those wild animals become accustomed to human handouts the potential for problems escalates. 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