Published on Thursday, March 14 2013 05:05
Dear Lyons community:
Based on continued feedback from the community, the Lyons Board of Trustees identified exploration of a possible swimming pool among its priorities for its two-year term. This is not meant to raise expectations about actually being able to build a community swimming pool, but rather to initiate the background work necessary to ask the questions of whether a pool might be possible, what type of pool, how could it be funded, and where it might be placed.
A scope of work of the task force has been agreed upon between myself, the Chair of the Parks and Recreation Commission, and the Town’s Parks and Recreation Director. I have
Published on Thursday, February 14 2013 01:12
Moving to Lyons from Boulder in 2008 will always be one of the best decisions of our lives. I have come up with a list of the top 10 reasons I love Lyons. This list is only to be shared by residents of Lyons. It is top secret!
10) The best outdoor ice skating rink for miles around - I don’t ice skate, but I love to walk down to
Published on Wednesday, August 22 2012 08:44
I, being a longtime school crusader (1948 to present), am on the St. Vrain Valley School District Over-Ride Committee to help pass a vote this November which will recoup the 14 to 16 million dollars in funds passed by the voters in 2008 but taken by the State of Colorado.
Published on Thursday, November 01 2012 01:00
Dear Lyons Voters,
The Lyons Economic Development Commission endorses Ballot Issue 3-A, the Mill Override measure for the St. Vrain Valley School District.
EDC Commissioners don’t stand alone on this issue. We have joined a large group. Mayors of every town in the school district support this measure. So do a substantial number of business organizations, economic stakeholders, and community leaders throughout the school district.
Published on Thursday, August 09 2012 01:00
The good news is that we have received word that a grant from the State Historical Preservation Fund, to finish work on the museum, has been awarded to the Lyons Redstone Museum. The money from the grant will cover: pointing the sandstone with the rounded antique tool, painting the exterior panels on the upper story, and painting and renovating the fire escape. The total cost of the project is $71,197 (grant of $54,248, plus a cash match of $18,049).