PLANNING AND ZONING
Chapter 19.68 Planning and Zoning Commission
Pursuant to the authority conferred by the Colorado Revised Statutes, 1973, as amended, there is created a planning and zoning commission for the Town. The commission shall have all of the powers and perform each and all of the duties specified by the statutes, as amended, together with any other powers and duties, which are conferred, or may be, conferred hereafter1 by local regulation or provisions of this Code. The commission shall be appointed and serve as the board of zoning adjustments to hear requests for and grant variances as specified in Chapter 19.60 Variances and Zoning Appeals and to hear and decide appeals from and review any order, requirement, decision, or determination made by any administrative official charged with the enforcement of the provisions of Title 19 Zoning.
19.68.020 Members--Terms and qualifications
The planning an zoning commission shall consist of seven (7) members appointed by the board of trustees. Terms shall be four (4) years and staggered with four (4) expiring May 1st following the next municipal election. All members of the planning and zoning commission shall be bona fide residents of the Town, and, if any member ceases to reside in the Town, his membership shall immediately terminate. No member of the commission shall hold any municipal office of profit.
The commission shall elect its chairman, and such other officers it deems advisable, from among its members. The terms of such officers shall be for one year and shall expire May 1st of each year. The commission shall keep minutes of its meetings and may adopt by-laws, rules of procedure, or other regulations for the conduct of its business both as the planning and zoning commission and the board of zoning adjustments not inconsistent with the State statutes and this Code.