Jefferson County's Margaret Chapman became one of five public trustees reappointed to their jobs as of Aug. 14 after Gov. John Hickenlooper asked all 10 to resign in the wake of a newspaper investigation questioning some of the appointed officials' spending practices.
While some of the trustees' spending practices were harshly criticized, Chapman was not singled out for any wrongdoing. She also received words of praise and an endorsement from the Jefferson County commissioners, who sent a message to the governor.
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