Boulder County Mountain Transfer Stations Closed July 4 & 7

The Boulder County mountain transfer stations will be closed on Friday, July 4 and Monday, July 7. Our sites will be open on Saturday and Sunday, July 5-6, and will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, July 8 in Nederland and

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Star Spangled Splash Celebration at the Boulder Reservoir

The City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department will host the 2nd Annual Star Spangled Splash event on Friday, July 4. The Boulder Reservoir is located at 5565 N. 51st St. and will be open from 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Public Notice - 2013 LYONS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS – WATER AND SANITARY SEWER

NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
2013 LYONS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS – WATER AND SANITARY SEWER
In accordance with the notice provisions contained in 38 26 107 C.R.S. 1973, as amended, the TOWN OF LYONS, COLORADO has established June 24, 2014 as the earliest date of

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POT Bogs Down BOT

By Joseph Lekarczyk
As we all know from past experiences with medical marijuana, nothing bogs down the pace of a Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting like a discussion about regulating marijuana sales, retail or medical. OMG! As Yogi

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Eventually They’re Going To Die!

By Joseph Lekarczyk
“Don’t give up. You have to keep trying and trying. We fought for a new high school for forty years! Eventually the old people who are voting against it are going to die!” That was the advice Trustee LaVern Johnson bestowed upon Lyons Regional Library District Chairman Mark Browning, after he was done giving an update/status report to the Board of

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Historic Buildings Bring Magic To A Town

By Kathleen Spring
Each year, Coloradans are saving churches, schools, streams, journals, and more to enjoy now and for future generations. Annually in May, state and local counties recognize significant history preservation projects that have taken place during the previous year. While people, cities, counties, and groups are honored with certificates and plaques for their outstanding history preservation achievements, the biggest benefit of having these award ceremonies is so that the public can become aware of the many projects that are going on to preserve their surrounding buildings, parks, archives and more. Coloradans can reap the benefits, and take pride in their town, enjoying or accessing these useful and often beautiful treasures.

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Town’s Computer System Breached

Around March 25, officials from the Bank of the West alerted Town of Lyons Finance Director Tony Cavalier and Town Administrator Victoria Simonsen of some suspicious money transfers from the Town’s accounts to off-shore (possibly Eastern European) entities. Over the course of a few hours, a total of seventeen money transfers were initiated in amounts ranging from five hundred dollars to a little under one hundred thousand dollars, for a total of just a little under

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