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Danielle LaFaille (left), the new owner of Wild Sage, and Garima Fairfax (right).
2018 Parking Passes expire on December 31st. The 2019 parking passes for LaVern Johnson and Bohn Park are available to residents of Lyons (utility billing customers only). One free resident parking pass per household, second pass may be obtained for $35, third pass will be $55. Golf carts are considered vehicles. The one free parking pass per household may be used for a golf cart.
Non-residents may purchase a season parking pass for a fl at rate of $75 per vehicle. The parking fee for 2019 is currently set at $5 for every 4 hours and may be paid at the kiosks located throughout the parks with the receipt placed on the windshield. Parking fees are enforced.
Sign up for a 2019 resident parking pass on the Town of Lyons website:
Boulder County recently released an update on a sport shooting partnership and range, which includes exploration of a possible location in Lyons.
The Lyons Board of Trustees are interested in the community's feedback on the possible location proposed in Lyons. Please take a moment to complete this brief survey; your feedback is greatly appreciated.
By Joseph Lekarczyk
People came from near and far to have their say on several topics at the Monday night Board of Trustee (BOT) meeting. The first thing one noticed upon entering council chambers was the front of the dais, where the six Trustees and the Mayor sit, had removed seemingly so the microphones/sound system could be replaced or at least improved. It worked. LaVern and this reporter may no longer have to strain and lean in to hear what is being said. Well done. The sound quality is much better. Apparently they also made some changes on the toggle switch that allows Mayor Connie Sullivan to illuminate the “yea” (green) or “nay” (red)
The Lyons High School boys' basketball team is headed by Coach Jahmiel McLawrence, now beginning his second year at Lyons. The Lions, who finished the season last year with a record of 7 wins against 13 wins, have four returning starters. This year it is a senior heavy squad with seven seniors in total, and some promising help expected from some rising underclassmen. This is probably one of the tallest basketball teams Lyons has had in years with the average height of 6’0”. They also bring lots of experience. Several of the players have been playing competitive ball for many years. Two return as third-year starters, and two players return both having averaged double digit scoring last season.
The returning starters are senior forward/post Finn Basey; the third leading rebounder from last year with 3.8 rebounds per game, and he totaled the most defensive charges taken. He will have to fill the role of