Published on Thursday, March 13 2014 14:46
According to data released by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the U.S. Small Business Administration, since the September 2013 flood, they have provided more than $20 million to the Town and residents of Lyons.
Published on Thursday, March 13 2014 09:13
Dear Lyons Community,
Perhaps a common question to ask in the upcoming election for Boulder County Coroner, or Coroner in any county of Colorado is “Why are we electing a Coroner?” Should it be an appointed position; should we have a Medical Examiner system?
We have an election for Coroner because it is a time honored tradition mandated by the Colorado State Constitution, and
Published on Thursday, March 06 2014 10:05
When the deadline for turning in packets/petitions of intent to run for office (Mayor and Trustee) in April’s municipal election passed last Friday, February 28, a total of ten people had signed up to run for the position of Trustee, and one person had opted to run for Mayor. So, unless someone mounts a spirited write-in effort (the deadline for filing the necessary paperwork to do so is Friday, March 7), it looks like John O’Brien will be taking
Published on Thursday, March 13 2014 08:31
A bill to reimburse homeowners for property taxes paid on property destroyed during the September floods passed the House Finance Committee this afternoon. The committee vote was 11-1.
HB14-1001, sponsored by Rep. Jonathan Singer (D-Longmont), was recommended by the bipartisan Flood Disaster
Published on Thursday, March 06 2014 09:59
By Joseph Lekarczyk
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.
A packed house was in attendance for Monday night’s pre-meeting workshop. There were Lyons Elected Officials, Town and Boulder County Staff members, volunteers from various Recovery Groups and Town Commissions, plus dozens of concerned citizens who live in the most flood-affected neighborhoods, who