Published on Thursday, May 28 2015 15:38
By Joseph Lekarczyk
In Samuel Beckett’s absurdist play “Waiting for Godot,” nothing ever happens. The two main characters, Vladimir and Estragon, find themselves in a loop where situations and dialogue repeat themselves as they wait endlessly, and in vain, for someone named Godot. Tuesday night, the Planning and Community Development Commission (PCDC) put on a pretty good facsimile of the production.
Published on Thursday, May 28 2015 15:21
BOUNDARIES OF URBAN RENEWAL AREA(S)
5:30 – 6:45 PM
Town Of Lyons Board Of Trustees Meeting
7 p.m., Monday, June 1, 2015
Shirley F. Johnson Council Chamber
Lyons Town Hall, 432 5th Avenue, Lyons, Colorado
Published on Thursday, May 28 2015 13:12
The Boulder County Healthy Kids and Adults (BCHKA) program has been awarded nearly $310,000 to help enroll remaining uninsured residents in health coverage. The eighteen-month Colorado Health Foundation grant, announced earlier this year, will build on many of the successful health coverage efforts already underway in Boulder County.
Published on Thursday, May 28 2015 14:06
By Druscilla Dowding
June will be an exciting month for the Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce. On the weekend of June 20 and 21, Lyons will welcome back “Art on the Green.” Taking place in Sandstone Park, Rick and Nancy Hammans are expecting a significantly larger crowd this year. There will be more than eighty contributing artists as well as four food trucks, a wine festival, and a public art activity.
Published on Monday, May 25 2015 09:09
By: Larimer County Commissioner, Steve Johnson
You’re 85 years old. You’ve had a stroke and you wake up in a nursing home, alone and confused with a lot of questions. It is likely you will spend the rest of your life in this room, although you don’t want to accept that. Where before you took care of all of your needs and affairs, you are now dependent on strangers. Incapacitated and perhaps with some degree of
Published on Thursday, May 28 2015 13:46
Achieving deep emissions reductions (eighty percent or more by 2050) as now called for by climate scientists will require a comprehensive transportation plan that significantly reduces single occupancy vehicle trips and aggressive strategies to replace the remaining cars with clean energy vehicles, according to a report released today by the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP).
Published on Thursday, May 21 2015 13:38
Mayor John O’Brien was in our nation’s capital Monday evening trying to straighten out the mess that is our federal government. Actually, he was giving a presentation on resiliency, so Mayor Pro-Tem Connie Sullivan wielded the gavel at the Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting in his stead. In a pre-meeting workshop the Trustees received a presentation from CU-Denver students on municipal campus design concepts (ideas for public works/town hall facilities), and they also had a