County Announcements (4)
Conejos County Land Use Fee Schedule Amendment. The County Land Use Office has proposed an amendment to the Land Use Fee Schedule. Public Hearings have been scheduled.Written by Land Use
Conejos County Land Use Fee Schedule Amendment. The County Land Use Office has proposed an amendment to the Land Use Fee Schedule. Public Hearings have been scheduled.
The Conejos County Commissioners and the Land Use Office are seeking to fill two positions on the Planning Commission and two positions on the Board of Adjustments.
The Planning Commission is an advisory board appointed by County Commissioners to hear matters related to County growth and development. The Planning Commission is a seven-member body and each member serves a term of three years. The Planning Commission meets the first Wednesday of every month at 6:00 PM.
The Board of Adjustments is a review body appointed by the County Commissioners to hear, review and make decisions on applications for zone district standards and to hear, review, consider and affirm, modify or reverse appeals of interpretations of this code made by the Land Use Administrator. The Board of Adjustments is a five-member body and each member serves a term of three years. The Board of Adjustments meets the second Wednesday of every month at 6:00 PM.
The Qualifications to serve on either Board is to be a resident and registered voter of Conejos County. If you are interested in serving on either Board please submit a letter of interest to the Conejos County Commissioners, PO Box 197, Conejos, CO 81129. If you have questions, please call the Land Use Office at (719) 376-2014.
Recruitment will continue until positions have been filled.
Conejos DSS has two vacancies for a Child Welfare Caseworker and Program Supervisor, contact Nicholas Barela at (719) 376-5455 to discuss how to apply
Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles announces refund process for residents affected by December specific ownership tax miscalculationWritten by Nathan Ruybal
DENVER, Tuesday, March 12, 2019 – The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles, in conjunction with Colorado counties, has established a refund process for those individuals affected by a Specific Ownership Tax (SOT) miscalculation which caused them to pay a higher SOT rate when they renewed their motor vehicle registration.
Affected individuals had a vehicle with a model year of 2014-2018 or 2010 and had a motor vehicle registration which expired in December 2018. 51,098 Colorado residents will be receiving a refund through the state due to this error.
These individuals will receive a check from the Colorado Department of Revenue or from their county clerk and recorder if their county opted to provide refunds for the difference between the SOT amount they paid and the amount they should have paid. Checks will be mailed over the next several weeks. Those who have already received a refund from their county or those who paid the correct, adjusted amount will not receive a check.
“The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles is committed to accuracy in all tax and fee calculations. In this case, that did not happen,” said Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles Senior Director Mike Dixon. “We apologize for this error and are committed to making sure that affected residents receive a refund for any overpayment. Additionally, we have corrected our computer system to ensure that this issue does not happen again.”
For more information, or to see if refund checks have been issued for your county, please visit www.colorado.gov/dmv/
Sarah Werner, Communications Manager, DMV
Kyle Boyd, Communications Specialist, DMV
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE