Breaking Ground For New Plant

About forty residents and officials from the Town, County, and State were on hand last Thursday (July 24) to celebrate the “breaking of ground” for the construction of the new 5.8 million dollar wastewater treatment. Plans for an upgrade/replacement for the old plant (most recent upgrade

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What Is CDBG-DR, Why Is It All Over The News, And What Does It Mean For Me?

By Janaki Jane, Colorado Spirit
Headlines announce “Colorado gets another $199 million to spend on flood recovery,” and a lot of us get confused. What does this mean? Where does it come from, what is the money for, and, many might ask, how can I get some?

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Weighing a Number of Questions

Dear Boulder County Voters,
Over the last several months we have been weighing a number of questions and soliciting public

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BOT, “OMG!”

The Board of Trustees (BOT) anticipating that the “second” first reading of an ordinance to regulate the selling, growing, manufacturing, and testing of retail (recreational) marijuana within the Town of Lyons might be a bit of a slog, amended the agenda to move a resolution between the County and the Town,

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Flood-Related Home Repair And Rental Assistance Available

Flood-impacted residents may be eligible for CDBG-DR funding; Boulder County has been awarded a first-round sum of more than $5 million in Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds from the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This money is to be used to help eligible homeowners impacted by the 2013 flood who need financial assistance with eligible projects

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The Guy to Thank

Dear Editor,
The tragic effect of last year’s flood never seems to end. So many people in our community whose houses were heavily damaged are still struggling to get back on their feet. To add insult to injury, they

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Historic Allenspark Walking Tour

Just up the road, Allenspark is celebrating its 150th anniversary. It’s a perfect time to take a drive on Highway 7 and see what’s going on. Get yourself a copy of the brand-new Allenspark History Walking

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The Flood Is Over, Now What?

Working Through Today’s Issues And Preparing For The Future

By Andrea Pappas Merrill
Many seniors in Boulder County were affected by the floods last September. Some suffered damage to their homes, while others experienced major property damage. Though the physical losses were great,

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Should The Town Of Lyons Build Housing On Its Park Lands?

By Robert Brakenridge, Resident of Lyons
I earlier wrote that the Town of Lyons is seeking federal flood recovery assistance to build a relatively large housing development on its conservation easement-protected parklands. It is now even more

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