Published on Thursday, October 08 2015 13:40
At 10 a.m., on Monday, October 5, Sheriff Joe Pelle rescinded the fire ban that had been in effect since September 22, for western Boulder County.
The current weather pattern and predicted future weather conditions have offered relief to the warm, dry September. Both short and long term forecast models indicate a return to normal fall weather conditions. In addition, local fuels and fire conditions are stabilizing back to normal
Published on Thursday, October 08 2015 13:06
The Board of Trustees (BOT) received some interesting affordable housing news on a couple of fronts at Monday nights’ meeting. But before we get to the possible “good news,” we have to report on some “bad news.” Lyons Substation Supervisor Sgt. Nick Greenberg of the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office reported that in the early morning hours of Wednesday, September 30, there had been an attempted burglary at the Lyons Laundromat. Someone tried to jimmy open the change machine. Later on Wednesday evening, “deputies responded to a suspicious couple who
Published on Thursday, September 24 2015 12:54
The CEMEX Lyons Plant and their employees have recently been recognized by the Wildlife Habitat Council. Their work since October 2014 towards increasing awareness and knowledge about wildlife conservation, and enhancing wildlife habitat is getting recognition from the Wildlife Habitat Council. CEMEX Lyons Plant is a finalist for the CLL Rookie of the Year Award, and Kellie Courtney is finalist for the Partner of the Year Award. Please
Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 15:28
Come share your ideas and learn about the recovery plans for the parks and trails. The planning teams have developed a new website that will be updated with plans and information throughout the process: www.lyonsparksmp.com.
Published on Thursday, September 24 2015 12:49
The Board of Trustees (BOT) held a pre-meeting workshop with Finance Director Tony Cavalier who updated them on the status (timelines for: public input, design, construction, completion, cost, and funding sources) of twenty-one ongoing flood recovery projects at a cost of over $25 million. He also wanted the public to be aware that many of these projects are “reimbursed,” which means the Town gets the money (held by the state) after the