Town Of Lyons

Town Officials Approve Five Story Building On Fourth & Main!

Town Officials Approve Five Story Building On Fourth & Main!

Without the standard opportunity for a public hearing, officials from the Town of Lyons have given the green light to the construction of a five-story building, which will be situated at the intersection of

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PCDC Displeased With Presentation

While the Board of Trustees (BOT) were “workshopping” in council chambers, trying to come up with a strategy for “playing nice” with Boulder County concerning the current Inter-local Governmental Agreement (IGA) and a proposed extension of the Super IGA (an agreement between Boulder County and all the municipalities within the County, i.e. Boulder, Longmont, Lyons, Nederland, et al), next door

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Now The BOT Grapples With CEC

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.

When is a light agenda not a light agenda? Whenever it contains an item concerning the proposed Commercial Eastern Corridor (CEC) zone. After grappling for months with issues like: uses by rights, conditional uses,

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Local Plant Recognized For Multiple Awards

Steve Goodrich, plant manager for the CEMEX operation just east of Lyons, is pleased and proud to announce that the cement manufacturing plant was recently recognized by three organizations for its commitment to environmental excellence, and for promoting a sustainable environment. Through the introduction of multi-level operational changes initiated five years ago, the CEMEX Lyons plant has not only achieved consistent, full environmental compliance, but has also further enhanced its sustainability efforts and reduced its environmental impact.

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A thank you

Dear Editor,

On Saturday afternoon, May 14, my husband Pat Ward was involved in a head-on collision about a mile up highway 36. Even though vehicles were totaled, lives were not.

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