Letters To The Editor

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Dear Citizens of the Greater Lyons Library District,
In a letter to the Editor that appeared in a recent issue of the Lyons Recorder, Mark Browning wrote, “If we’re going to continue debating a possible new library/resource center let’s get some facts straight.”

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A place for the sand & dirt in Lyons

Editor’s Note: Ron Stewart is the Director of Boulder County Parks and Open Space

Dear Mr. Stewart,
If Boulder County Parks and Open Space truly wished to assist with flood victims, the department could identify a suitable disposal site for the tons of dirt and sand deposited on many properties in

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Our Hearts Are With You As You Grieve

Dear Lyons Community,
On behalf of the Lyons Board of Trustees, I would like to extend our most heartfelt wishes for a peaceful, restorative Thanksgiving to everyone. We are painfully aware that not everyone will be

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Let's get Some Facts Straight

Dear Editor:

If we’re going to continue debating a possible new library/resource center, as Peter Baumgartner does in his Nov. 21 letter, let’s get some facts straight.

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Surprised

Dear Editor,
I fully appreciate your recognition of the people and agencies involved with rescue, safety, and security during the devastation imposed on our wonderful town. Each in their own way were a tremendous asset and all worked well together. Sadly though I am surprised at the lack of recognition

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