Town board seats Christian Morgan as District 2 representative
April 25, 2014
The Windsor Town Board sat a new District 2 representative during its April 14 meeting and recognized outgoing board member Don Thompson for his service to the town.
Christian Morgan, a Windsor resident since 1997, replaced Thompson after he ran unopposed for the District 2 seat.
Morgan brought his family to Windsor to take a position with the Windsor Police Department, where he worked for eight years before taking a position with the Greeley Police Department.
"I have fond memories of working for the town and was part of the dramatic growth experienced as our population nearly quadrupled," Morgan said. "Although my professional career has taken me elsewhere, Windsor remains our home where I live with my wife Shana and four children, Bryce, Steve, Grace, and Brayden."
He thanked town residents for the opportunity to serve on the board, adding if Thompson had chosen to run again for the seat, he would have voted for his reelection.
"For me, an opportunity to serve on the town board is such an honor, and I am fortunate to be at a point in life where I can devote myself fully to the seat," he said. "I have lived in several locales around the country and have grown to appreciate Windsor immensely."
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Morgan said he is a strong proponent for quality of life improvements and protecting the values and interests that have made Windsor a great place to live. He also said attracting entertainment destinations for evenings out in town was a goal for the downtown area.
"The town has significant intellectual depth with the residents who make this town home, and I will work vigorously to attract additional professional firms and companies who will not only contribute to the sales tax base, but will also encourage their employees to call Windsor home," he said.
Morgan said in his personal life, he enjoys backpacking, canoeing, carpentry and remodeling. He said he also has a passion for collectible cars, though he doesn't own one yet.
"I look forward to four great years serving on the town board and to representing the people to the best of my ability," he said.