BCHA celebrates its 40th Anniversary as “The Voice for Horses and Horse People in Boulder County” .

The Boulder-based Editor in Chief of the national publication American Cowboy, Philip Armour, will speak on “Media and the Equine Industry: An Inside Look at one local Company’s Accomplishments in Promoting Responsible Horse Ownership” at the Boulder County Horse Association’s Annual Meeting February 15, 2011. Armour believes that horses have many valuable lessons to teach humans, and that responsible

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BOT Amends Annexation Regs

By Joseph Lekarczyk

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.

The Lyons Board of Trustees (BOT) held a workshop prior to their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night (February 7) to discuss the job description and duties of Paula Randazzo, an intervention counselor at the high school whose salary is jointly funded by the Town, Boulder County, and the St. Vrain Valley School District. Lest anyone worry that the subject was not at the forefront of everyone’s mind, the discussion did eventually come around to medical marijuana.

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In Retrospect

Dear Editor,
Thank you for including all viewpoints on cannabis and MMC’s in our city.  Letters to the editor are meant to include a variety of ideas.  People read and make up their own minds based on reasoning, bias, or firmly held beliefs. 

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Clarification and an Apology

Friends in and around Lyons,
In the previous issue of The Recorder, it was stated that “...you had to believe [ex-Trustee Brian Donnell] wasn’t too sorry he wasn’t the one having to come up with a solution for this mess!”

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Great Work!

Dear Editor,
Thank you for sharing with us the wonderful results of Mrs. Genty’s 3rd grade writing project in the 27 Jan Lyons Recorder. Delightful and awesome; we laughed and cried.  Great work!

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Misleading

To the Editor:
Ms Rosekrans’ key argument, “How do we ask a board of seven individuals to draft up binding, unambiguous legislation, that satisfies all parties, when in fact, all the state’s legal resources have been unable to do that very thing?” is misleading for two reasons.

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“Live the Lyons Life”

Editor:

In addressing the medical marijuana issue, we have to ask what possible benefit it brings to Lyons.  What type of lifestyle does Lyons want to promote?  Boulder County is already over-saturated with marijuana dispensaries and they overwhelm our small town. 

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Amtrak Shift to Temporary Station

Effective February 1, all Amtrak passenger operations will be relocated from Denver Union Station to a temporary Amtrak train station at 1800 21st Street (21st and Wewatta) behind Coors Field. This is to accommodate construction as part of the station redevelopment.

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Project of the Year

Project of the Year

The Town of Lyons “Main Street Project” won an award from the American Public Works Association (APWA) Colorado Chapter this past week. The APWA voted the Lyons project an award for “Engineering/Construction Management in a Small Community.” When Administrator Victoria Simonsen, Economic Development and Community Relations Manager Jacque Watson, Town Attorney Tim Cox, and

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