Montezuma County

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  • Montezuma County not yet ready to reconsider its current moratorium on commercial cannabis sales.
  • Montezuma County Planning and Zoning Commission discusses the idea of asking voters to approve a countywide sales tax.

  • Southwest Colorado was highly successful in the latest cycle of funding from the state Department of Local Affairs.


  • Montezuma County may not have to join a regional council in order to be eligible for funding for broadband expansion.
  • Tuesday is election day for municipalities across Colorado.

  • Navajo leaders and New Mexico Senator Tom Udall are seeking solutions to a funding crisis for the Gallup Detoxification Center.
  • The Montezuma County Fair Board would like to put on a concert before this year’s fair to help promote and fund it.

  • The Montezuma and Dolores County commissioners both are expressing concern about protective designations proposed by the Bureau of Land Management.
  • Addition of a second write-in candidate means the election for Dolores Town Board has become a competition.


  • Members of the Montezuma County Planning and Zoning Commission say they support the proposed Paths to Mesa Verde trail – so long as it doesn’t harm the county.


  • The Colorado Supreme Court has decided that it will hear an appeal from Kinder Morgan of a case involving property taxes in Montezuma County.


  • Public comments received so far regarding the idea of a Master Leasing Plan in Southwest Colorado have overwhelmingly supported it.


  • Montezuma County Democrats support Bernie Sanders in caucus Tuesday night.
  • Republicans also hold caucus, but did not conduct a presidential poll.

Colorado Caucus 2016

Feb 29, 2016
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The 2016 Colorado caucuses are on Super Tuesday, March 1st, when the state Democratic and Republican parties will be making choices about who their candidates will be for the general election in November. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Alan Klein of the Montezuma County Democrats, and District Attorney Will Furse, who is on the central committee for the Montezuma County Republicans, about how caucuses work, why its important to participate, and when and where to do so on March 1st.

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