Axios / 2:57 A meeting of the Colorado CCSDs board is getting a lot more important, with the CCSDS executive director calling a meeting Monday to discuss a possible merger with a rival.
The CCSDC’s board meeting, which will likely be held in an outdoor location, will be the first public opportunity for board members to discuss the merger, according to an email from CCSDE.
The email said the board is discussing a potential merger and is expected to discuss whether the CCD will have the authority to approve the merger.
Board members are expected to vote to approve or deny the merger if they vote yes.
The CCDD will then go through a public comment period to gather public feedback on whether the merger is a good idea, the email said.
The merger is expected on July 17, according the email.
The Colorado CCDd is an autonomous organization created by the Colorado Legislature in 2014 to oversee public health programs and programs for Colorado.
The board has met twice in recent months, and has met with state regulators to discuss how the agency plans to improve the CCDC’s effectiveness.