Published on Thursday, April 17 2014 08:12
Dear Boulder County Commissioners,
As 33-year residents of unincorporated Boulder County, we have gotten accustomed to total lack of regard of the County Open Space Department to the wishes of its neighbors in the South St. Vrain valley. It has usually been in regard to open space access including the dumping of open space users in our neighborhoods but now it is a matter of public safety to the county as well as Town of Lyons residents.
Like most people in our valley, we have been working our butts off since the September floods to try and get our lives back together. We were out of our home for 145 days and still have lots of work to do. Now we see the spring runoff season approaching and the P&OS
Published on Thursday, April 10 2014 14:33
Dear Lyons Business Owners
The recent robbery of the St. Vrain Pharmacy has brought to light some resources that I would like to be made aware of in case we have any type of crime in Town. I would like to take a more proactive approach as it pertains to video camera and camera capabilities of your businesses. I would like to put together a secured file that would
Published on Thursday, April 03 2014 14:26
Dear Lyons residents:
As this Board of Trustees winds up its last week in office and as Kirk Udovich, Sandy Banta and myself transition to other pursuits, I wanted to take the opportunity to thank the Lyons community for the
Published on Thursday, April 03 2014 14:33
To the Editor:
Thanks to all who voted for me on the Town Board. I will do my best!
However, we are finding that recovery takes a lot of time, expertise, volunteering, and, of course, money, so we have to be courageous and Lyons Strong!
Published on Thursday, March 06 2014 09:47
Dear Lyons Residents:
Mail in ballots go out next Monday and Lyons voters face what will be the most critical decision about investing in our recovery. You will have received a blue sheet in the mail notifying Lyons voter of a ballot issue (ballot question #1) to borrow up to $995,000 from the FEMA Community Disaster Loan program.
Our sales tax revenues were down 25 percent in 2013 with further decreases projected for 2014. Our property tax revenues are down about 10 percent as destroyed properties have been revalued. Without the