Published on Friday, January 31 2014 15:29
Dear Lyons Recorder Editor,
Below is a vision statement relating to Meadow Park. This is not an official statement (At least not yet!) of the Sustainable Futures Commission, but a personal statement from David and Karen Selden. We are
Published on Friday, January 31 2014 15:18
To the Editor, Lyons Recorder:
I would like to comment on the report of the Board of Trustees meeting in the January 23, Recorder. The final paragraph states a concern shared by FEMA to the BOT “suggesting (for liability reasons) that the Town put up chain link fences around Bohn and Meadow Parks, as well as the “gouge area” between
Published on Monday, January 27 2014 10:44
You have a compelling business model ... ambition ... entrepreneurial spirit. Add in a solid business plan and the necessary capital, and you may be well on your way toward launching a business. But before you take the leap into owning your own business, it's worthwhile to consider adding in another important element - the guidance of a mentor.
According to a recent survey conducted by The UPS Store, 88 percent of small business owners believe having a mentor has been invaluable. As evidence of the value this unique relationship brings, more than
Published on Friday, January 31 2014 15:14
Dear Lyons Volunteers
I want to express my sincerest thanks to the wonderful group of volunteers that assisted with the final “mucking out” of my crawl space and getting a start with uncovering and digging out of my sewer line that I must replace.
Jill Babcock, Lyons
Published on Thursday, January 23 2014 10:05
Starting on the west side of town as you head up to Estes Park, Main Street Auto & Tire is under new ownership and management. Longtime Lyons resident Art Dudley has taken over running the garage (505 Main Street across from the entrance to Planet Bluegrass). Selling
Published on Friday, January 31 2014 14:56
A group of young adults from the Youth Summit (sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation) visited Lyons last Saturday. Under supervision of a Boulder County Sheriff’s Deputy, they viewed the flood damage in Meadow Park including the historic park shelter, the Hains property, and the ice skating rink/volleyball court. Joined by Trustee LaVern Johnson, Christine Wells, and Mark Browning
Published on Thursday, January 23 2014 09:52
By Joseph Lekarczyk
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.
Correction: In the Board of Trustees article of two weeks ago (January 9), I inadvertently left out the word “not” when reporting that Trustee Dan Greenberg expressed concern about the impact a contemplated electric base rate user fee increase would have on users who were currently in their homes. The sentence should have read, “not currently in their homes.” I apologize to Trustee Greenberg and our readers for any confusion and misunderstanding this caused. Joseph Lekarczyk, Editor – The Lyons Recorder
Considering there was a public hearing on a purposed electric base rate increase on the agenda, there wasn’t much of a crowd at Tuesday night’s Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting.