Town Of Lyons

Celebrate Lyons!

This Saturday, May 14, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., merchants, businesses, restaurants, and coffee shops will “Celebrate Lyons!” with bargains galore all along Main and High Streets. Ellen Hine, Co-owner of

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by Joseph Lekarczyk

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

It is often said that, “politics makes for strange bedfellows.” And when you have John Burke stating in a public meeting that, “I am embarrassed to admit this, but I agree with Mike Whipp,” and you have Trustees LaVern Johnson and Ed Bruder voting against support for

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PCDC Wrestles With CEC

by Joseph Lekarczyk

The Lyons Planning and Community Development Commission (PCDC) basically had two things on their agenda Monday night: a public hearing, discussion and recommendation on the Whipp annexation (the Farmette at the bottom of Stone Canyon) and defining the Commercial Eastern Corridor (CEC) zone (which the Whipp property will in all likelihood be a part of).

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Celebrate Lyons!

Celebrate Lyons!

All downtown Lyons businesses, including restaurants, are invited to participate in the “Celebrate Lyons Street Fairs” (similar to last May’s “Main Street Reopening”). There will be sidewalk sales along Main and High Streets, and the hope is that restaurants will also participate by offering specials and entertainment. Any local artists and/or musician who would like to participate in the festivities can contact Ellen Hine at 823-6364, or (303) 579-7606, or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Do You Foo?

Do You Foo?

The great thing about “urban myths,” (i.e. the bloody hook on the car door handle, alligators in the NYC subway tunnels, etc.) is sometimes there is a grain of truth to the tale which makes you want to “believe.” Or, how about the unannounced show, for the “fortunate few” at a small club by a legendary band, just yearning to get back to their roots. It could happen. In fact it did happen to Gail Gordon and Ken Feldman of Lyons and fifty of your best friends!

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