Boards and Committees

Board of Adjustments and Appeals

The Board of Adjustment shall perform such functions and duties as are provided by the Colorado Revised Statutes and by the Morgan County Zoning and Subdivision Regulations.

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Board of Equalization and Arbitrators

The mission of the County Board of Equalization (CBOE) is to assure just and equalized property tax assessments.

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CSU Extension Advisory Board

The CSU Extension Advisory Board is comprised of individuals outside of the Extension profession who collectively advise Extension staff regarding educational programs. The committee is advisory in nature and has no administrative authority.

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Fair Board

The Morgan County Fair Board advises the Morgan County Board of County Commissioners regarding the conduct of a county fair for junior exhibitors of Morgan County enrolled in 4-H, FFA, and FCCLA programs, as well as Adult Open Class Competition which may include nonresidents of Morgan County, and assist in coordinating the Morgan County Fair with other events. The committee is advisory in nature and has no administrative authority.

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Morgan County Weed Advisory

Morgan County Weed Advisory works through the Fort Morgan Pest Control District and Wiggins Pest Control District to identify and manage noxious weeds in Morgan County as required by state law.

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Noxious Weed and Pest Information

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Planning Commission

The Planning Commission members are primarily concerned with land use planning. They must consider not only those factors related to an individual parcel of land, but also how the use of the land affects the surrounding area and the community as a whole.

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Tourism Panel

The Tourism Panel provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information between the public, government and the tourism industry in order to address the tourism industry’s specific and unique interests; administers the funds generated from the County-wide lodging tax; and advertises and markets tourism for the benefit of Morgan County as a whole.

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