CML has several committees that meet periodically on important municipal issues; additional committees may be formed as needed. Service on these committees is open to elected and appointed officials and staffs of CML member cities and towns.
- The CML Policy Committee is a standing committee that develops the League's legislative program. The membership is composed of representatives from each member municipality, CML sections, and district presidents. Read about the League's policy development process. Staff: Kevin Bommer.
- The Amicus Committee reviews requests to the League to file appellate court amicus curiae (friend of the court) briefs to determine if there is a substantial likelihood that important law will be made affecting Colorado municipalities. The committee will review requests, leading to a recommendation by the committee to the CML Executive Board. Those requesting CML amicus participation, must follow procedures established by the Board. Staff: Geoff Wilson.
- The Sales Tax Simplification Committee examines sales and use tax issues, including tax-simplification issues that affect home rule municipalities that collect sales taxes locally, and other sales tax administrative matters. Staff: Geoff Wilson.