Larimer County, Colorado – Linda C. Hoffmann will take the lead as Larimer County’s new Planning Division Director January 1, 2010. Hoffmann has served as the County’s Rural Land Use Center (RLUC) Director since June 2008. Under a re-organization of the Planning Division, the Rural Land Use Center will remain in Hoffmann’s prevue as Division Director. As Planning Director, Hoffmann will serve as part of the county Senior Management Team and direct the Planning, Building, and Rural Land Use departments.
Hoffmann is excited about the contributions the Planning Division can make to the future of Larimer County, “We are fortunate to live in such a diverse and vibrant place. The Planning Division has the opportunity to play a leading role in helping the community realize its vision for the future. I’m looking forward to working with the public and the staff on those collaborative efforts.”
Larimer County Manager Frank Lancaster says Hoffmann is the right person for the job, “Linda brings a wealth of experience and ideas to the position from her experience in the private sector in development, and her experience as the Rural Land Use Center director for the County for the last year. Her ability to look at things from various new perspectives with a bent toward a high level of customer service is exactly what we were looking for in a division director.”
As RLUC Director Hoffmann has put in a great deal of time this past year on the County’s Horse Business Facilities regulations study. Hoffmann replaces Larry Timm who retired earlier this year. Hoffmann lives in Fort Collins. Her salary will be $114,286 annually.
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