Town of Lyons - Monday, September 14

On Monday, September 14, the Board of Trustees held a special workshop to address the concerns from residents, related to the process of obtaining floodplain development permits. Members from the Board, Town Staff, State, and public were in attendance. Citizens were welcome to express concerns and ask questions to the Board throughout the evening.

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Correction - "Airing Grievances"

In last week’s edition in the article titled “Airing Grievances” in the last paragraph, I stated that, “a visibly shaken Trustee Connie Sullivan and Trustee Dawn Weller apologized to the gathering on their personal shortfalls for not having kept up with the problems these folks had experienced.” That sentiment should have been attributed to Trustee Weller alone.

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Airing Grievances

As the two-year anniversary of the September 2013 flood quickly approaches, a group of Confluence Area residents had originally scheduled a neighborhood meeting at one of their residences, and invited a Town of Lyons Trustee or two to attend so that the residents’ complaints and issues concerning the permitting process for rebuilding their homes could be addressed and validated. Trustee Dan Greenberg, himself a former Confluence resident/landowner and unofficial contact

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Clarifier Dedication & Ribbon Cutting

By LaVern Johnson
Scores of people, some from as far away as Illinois, were on hand Saturday afternoon for the MOSAIC: Clarifier Project dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony. There was even one distinguished gentleman from Denver, Governor John Hickenlooper who braved the relentless sun to attend and be part of the festivities.

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BOT Fails To Disappoint

With a light agenda, and with two sevenths of the Board of Trustees (BOT) in absentia, Tuesday night’s (the normal Monday meeting was pushed back a day because of the Labor Day observance) meeting at Town Hall took on a pace that promised an early adjournment. The remaining Trustees who were present didn’t disappoint.

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