Increase in Bear Activity

During the past week, a number of area residents have reported bear sightings and encounters to county and state wildlife officials. Last week five bears were relocated from Boulder by Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW). Urban bear activity typically increases in late August as bears enter the stage of hyperphagia, a period of excessive eating to fatten for hibernation. Officials expect an increase in activity this fall because of a food shortage in natural areas.  

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BOT Meeting - Sept 8, 2015

5:30 pm  - 6:45 pm – Proposed Marijuana Amendments

Town Of Lyons Board Of Trustees Meeting
7 p.m., TUESDAY, September 8, 2015

Shirley F. Johnson Council Chamber
Lyons Town Hall, 432 5th Avenue, Lyons, Colorado

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Community Reads

Those who know Kirk Udovich will wonder how he could possibly find time to dive into a book.  When he’s is not at work, he’s found most often running, biking and playing his guitar.  His favorite go-to for what he refers to as “mindless entertainment” is diving into a Clive Cussler action adventure novel.

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Town Asking For Your Help Complications At Wastewater Treatment Plant

There have been a recent influx of fats, oils, and grease (FOG) in the sewer system, which has caused significant complications at the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Clogs in the Town’s sewer lines due to FOG can create sanitary sewer overflows, as well as sewer backups into homes and businesses. The wastewater

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Scolded Again

The Board of Trustees (BOT) was once again scolded Monday night at Town Hall during the audience business portion of the agenda. This time the scolder was former Trustee Ed Bruder who took issue with the notion that Commercial Eastern Corridor (CEC) zoning status should even be considered for the River Bend wedding venue property on the western border of town. Bruder, who was on the Board when the CEC zone was first discussed and created, vehemently felt that the “perks,” (uses by right, density allowances, mixed use, etc.) which go along with those properties in a CEC zone were

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