Published on Thursday, October 08 2015 18:02
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known the author of this column is an elected official. Her opinions do not necessarily reflect those of the entire Board of Trustees.
Ah, we got a little rain; maybe enough to cut down on the fire danger. We all worry about the dry hills. The eleven acres of open space to the east of Lyons Estates is a concern. Yes, everywhere. It is a vicious circle with no solution; we want rain, which causes the grass to grow, which dries out in the fall causing deep fire concern.
The housing committee will be putting out a Survey asking if the Town wants to look into Affordable Housing for everyone, not just those flooded
Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 14:11
Another week gone by and it is now officially fall. Ah-h-h-h-h cool nights, this is what we like about Colorado.
October, 1983 to 2015, this is my thirty-second year of writing my About Town column! That is about five hours a week, times fifty-two weeks, time thirty-two years of donating my time and knowledge to keep you all abreast of what is happening, what is
Published on Thursday, September 17 2015 19:30
Yes, it was a busy week, starting out with the Oskar Blues BBQ, music, the Chamber of Commerce social, games and good food by Oskar’s at River Bend, more music, Thursday’s five-course Beer Dinner at the Fork, Friday’s event at Spirit Hound Distillery, the community BBQ and LHS football game (the boys lost to those farm boys from
Published on Thursday, September 24 2015 13:57
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. Her opinions are hers and do not necessarily represent those of the entire Board of Trustees.
Another week gone by. What beautiful weather, but it’s too dry. We need some rain. The slow and steady kind.
The Habitat for Humanity housing at the Valley Bank site is making some progress, and the town continues to look at the Railroad Avenue land by the firehouse for duplexes or small senior apartments.
Published on Thursday, September 10 2015 13:35
We pay tribute to Oskar Blues-CAN’d Aid and other businesses for sponsoring the various events to remember the 2013 flood, and for going forth for Lyons’ sake. We pay tribute to all those who helped rescue Lyons from the flood for days and now years; the responders, the volunteers, the many agencies, and Town and Staff. Yes thousands came to help us.