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DENVER -- A new Colorado council made up of members of the public and private sectors is coordinating strategies to address and prepare for the so-called Year 2000 computer problem.

Gov. Roy Romer earlier this month announced the creation of the Colorado Year 2000 Council, which consists of 10 appointed members representing such service sectors as communications, energy, water, finance, government, health, public safety and transportation.

"Computer problems related to the year 2000 could lead to significant disruption in all kinds of services that the public takes for granted, from traffic signals and electric power to banking and other financial transactions, and even computer chips in the family car," Gov. Romer said in a statement.

"It is critical that we bring the public and the private sectors together to make sure we have the least possible interruption of services to citizens in Colorado," the statement continued.

The council in Colorado will work closely with President Clinton's Council on Year 2000 Conversion.