Cruz Moncivais has been appointed as the newest member of the Greeley-Weld County Airport Authority Board.
The board, comprised of three representatives from Weld County and three representatives from the city of Greeley, also has one spot for a jointly appointed member, which is the position that Moncivais will take, according to a news release.
A resident of Weld County for more than 40 years, Moncivais served as a volunteer for the Greeley Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol from 1976-1986 and as the communication cadet officer and cadet squadron commander from 1981-1986, according to the release. He has flown as an observer on several search and rescue missions, including during the Big Thompson River Flood in 1976.
In his application, Moncivais expressed an interest in the role the Greeley-Weld County Airport will play in the economic future of the area it serves.
He owns C.M.J. Enterprises LLC, an internet-based services company, and is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado.
The Airport Authority Board is responsible for directing organization and administration of the airport. The seven members serve four-year terms, with a time commitment of four hours each month.
To learn more about the Greeley-Weld County Airport, visit www.gxy.net.