The Montana Department of Justice is in the hunt for a particular representative for the Tow Truck Complaint Resolution Committee. Anastasia Burton with the Attorney General’s office said the position would be a member of particular type of committee.

"Our department is looking for applications for people who are interested in being a member of the Tow Truck Complaint Resolution Committee," Burton said. "The person who would apply would have to be a representative of the commercial motor carrier industry."

The Tow Truck Complaint Resolution Committee is made up of six representatives:  Two members from the tow truck industry, one member from the commercial motor carrier industry, one member from the insurance industry, one member from the public, and one member from the Montana Highway Patrol.

Burton said the committee reviews and resolves complaints involving tow truck issues.

"The person would have to be a member of that industry and they'd have to, of course, be willing to be a part of the review and resolution process for complaints involving tow truck issues in Montana," Burton said.

The term membership on the committee is three years. The deadline for these applications is February 14.