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Story last updated at 6:08 PM on Wednesday, August 24, 2011

CIRCAC hires new director of public outreach

The Kenai-based Cook Inlet Regional Citizens Advisory Council has hired Jerry Rombach as director of public outreach. Rombach will report directly to Michael Munger, executive director.

In his position, he will oversee all aspects of CIRCAC's communication and outreach initiatives. He started July 20.

"Jerry's diverse background, disposition and particular strengths will serve this organization and its constituents very well," said Munger in a press release.

Rombach's 35-year professional career spans both the public and private sectors and includes experience in corporate communications, crisis management, construction and development regulations, government advocacy, and event planning and staging, according to the release.

Rombach moved to Kenai from the Greater St. Louis area in 2009.

Before joining CIRCAC, he taught in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District.

CIRCAC is the federally mandated citizens' organization, formed under the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, to promote environmentally safe marine transportation and oil facility operations in Cook Inlet. It also engages in environmental research and oil spill prevention and contingency planning.


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