Fort Morgan’s Historic Preservation Board is looking for applicants interested in serving on this unique city advisory board.
The Historic Preservation Board exists to help preserve and protect the heritage of the city through the identification, evaluation, rehabilitation, adaptive use, restoration and public awareness of Fort Morgan’s historic and architectural resources.
The terms of two current members are scheduled to expire Aug. 11, and two other vacancies already exist with one being for a partial term and another being for a full term on the board. City residents who are interested in serving on the board are urged to submit applications as soon as possible.
The board members have principal responsibility for matters of historical preservation of historic sites and districts within the municipal boundaries of the city. The board advises and makes recommendations to the City Council on these matters.
The Historic Preservation Board was established in 2009 and consists of between five and nine members who serve three-year staggered terms. Members must reside (or own real property) within the City limits.
For more information, contact Sandy Schneider-Engle, Economic Development Specialist, at (970) 542-3924.
Other opportunities also open up occasionally on other city advisory boards and commissions. For more information on openings and applications, call Deputy City Clerk Jill Westhoff-Curtis at (970) 542-3964.
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