Silent for Too Long

Dear Editor,
After many hours of contemplating what to do I have decided that I should write this letter. My wife and I participated in the parade, on September 14, then went to the Wildflower Pavilion to attend the program.

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Human Services Safety Net Initiative 1B

Dear Editor,
The Human Services Safety Net Initiative 1B is truly about community and neighbors helping neighbors. The voters of Boulder County passed this initiative in November 2010; the extension is a 0.9 mill levy on property taxes, which translates into $21 per year for a house in the county, valued at $300,000. 

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Vote Yes on 1B-Safety Net Initative

Dear Lyons Voters,
I am writing to urge you to vote YES on 1B, the re-authorization of the Safety Net Initiative. It truly is neighbors helping neighbors! Remember back to 2010 when we were (supposedly) emerging from the Great Recession? Many of our neighbors had experienced financial challenges that they never expected: job loss, job contraction, housing

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Ballot Box At Town Hall

There has been some confusion about how many stamps are needed to return your mail-in ballot to Boulder County. The simple answer is if you have a one-page (front and back) ballot it takes one forever stamp. If you receive a two-page ballot you will need two forever stamps. If you already sent a ballot in with insufficient postage, officials from Boulder County have informed the public that the ballots will still be delivered.

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About Town - October 23, 2014

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. Her opinions do not necessarily reflect those of the entire Board of Trustees  

Another week lovely fall week gone by in Lyons.
BALLOTS
There is a big concern about the correct postage on your ballots. It seems like the Lyons ballots take $.49, whereas the Larimer County ballots take $.70. However, some say they had to put on $.70 be sure. We want them all counted.

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Lyons Cross Country Sweeps Regionals and Advances to State

By Renée Haip
One year ago, the Lyons Lions had spent the majority of their season training in Longmont away from their community. This year they have been blessed to be training and racing back in Lyons on their home course. On Thursday, October 16th, Lyons hosted six races for three regions representing the 2A, 3A, and 4A divisions. Even with top scoring

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Young Lyons’ Cross Country Runners Shine

A crew of five middle school boys traveled to the Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield on Saturday, October 18, to participate in the Colorado Middle School Cross Country Championships. Of 333 young harriers from across the state, seventh grader, Isaac Roberts completed the 3.5K course in a time of 11:54 for an excellent eighth place podium

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Leaf Hires Advocate To Help Homeowners In Permitting And Rebuilding Process

By Janaki Jane
Every Lyons resident knows about what the Colorado Spirit team hears a lot: how frustrated  Confluence residents and folks along Apple Valley and Old South St.Vrain can be about permitting and regulations for rebuilding. Starting two weeks ago, Lyons homeowners have an experienced flood plain engineer to help them apply for and navigate the

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Community Volunteers Needed For Project:KIDS

There will be a planning meeting for the November Project:KIDS on Thursday, October 23, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., in the conference room above the Barking Dog, 431-B Main Street. Adult and teenage volunteers are needed to help run craft stations, supervise the children, and in general be involved on the day of the event. Everyone is invited to attend the planning meeting. For more information email Robin Lyons atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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