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Community Meetings on April 29 to Focus on Louisville Affordable Housing Development

Managers for a planned affordable housing development in Louisville will hold two community meetings on Wednesday, April 29 to share with the public current ideas for design, amenities, and other details of the Louisville Affordable Housing project.

 The Louisville development, now known as Kestrel, will feature approximately 190 units of affordable housing with parks and a community building on 13 acres of land along 95th Street just north of South Boulder Road. Boulder County Housing Authority (BCHA) is overseeing the development, and is managing an interest list for the housing which already contains nearly 150 people.

What: Community Meetings to discuss Kestrel development
When: Wednesday, April 29
Where: Alfalfa’s Community Room, 785 E.

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Special Election II Results

The voter turnout was not nearly as high as last month’s replacement housing in the park question, but a little over seven hundred residents did turn in their ballots. The results are in. To the question, “Shall an ordinance be adopted requiring voter approval for any decision to rezone land in the parks/open space zone district larger than on-half acre, or for any decision to zone land without a zoning designation and encumbered by a conservation easement to a zone that allows commercial or residential use?”
The answer is 386 – FOR, and 328 – AGAINST.

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Armed Robbery Suspect

Armed Robbery Suspect

Boulder police are asking the public to help identify the suspect in an armed robbery, which occurred on Wednesday, April 8, in the 2900 block of East College Avenue. The female victim was inside her parked vehicle when the suspect approached her and told her he intended to rob her. According to the victim, the suspect displayed a handgun. The suspect fled the area (possibly in a silver sedan) when the victim’s friend arrived.

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BOT Relaxes Pot Regs On Four-Twenty

Some who learn that the Lyons Board of Trustees (BOT) ended up amending their “one thousand foot rule” (according to Ordinance 952, which the Board passed last summer, no marijuana businesses can conduct business within a thousand feet of another such business) on April 20 (a.k.a. four-twenty), a day used across the

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Oskar Blues Brewery To Hold Benefit

Oskar Blues Brewery in Longmont and Brevard, North Carolina will hold fundraisers to support our friend Michelle Wilkins and her family in both Brevard and Longmont (both places that Michelle and Oskar Blues call home) on Saturday, April 25.

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Rabbit Mountain Rattle Snake Bite

On Sunday, April 12, Kim Rees of Thayne, Wyoming was mountain biking with her husband in the Rabbit Mountain Open Space just east of Lyons. They decided to change trails and to do this had to walk across a patch of weeds. As Rees followed her husband, carrying her bike she felt a sharp pain in her leg and out of the corner

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Learn About Creating An Urban Renewal Authority In Lyons

All community members are invited to attend a presentation by Anne Ricker of Ricker/Cunningham on Wednesday, April 22, from 6 to 8 p.m., in the Council Chambers at Lyons Town Hall (432 Fifth Avenue). This presentation will include a power point of what tax increment financing, specifically an urban renewal authority, does, what it does not do, and how Lyons could use this mechanism for economic development.

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