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Thank You Lyons Automotive
Lyons Automotive sponsored the great car show during the Good Old Days celebration on Saturday, June 24. All registration fees and donations (a little over $1300 total) were presented to Habitat for Humanity of the St Vrain Valley to help with the construction of the six homes they will be building here in Lyons for people displaced by the September 20143 flood. Chuck Wing of Lyons Automotive (left) presented a check to John Lovell last Friday, June 30.
COMMENTARY: What's the Future for Affordable Housing in Lyons?
By Amy Reinholds
The Lyons Planning and Community Development Commission (PCDC) cancelled Monday’s meeting and postponed a discussion concerning short-term vacation rentals to a workshop to be held on Monday, July 24.
Additional wording changes from the Town of Lyons attorney to a proposed short-term vacation policy were not completed in time for the meeting this week, so the next PCDC meeting on July 24 will be a workshop to discuss all the specific changes. Then the PCDC can vote on the final recommendation of the plan at a public hearing in August. The Lyons Board of Trustees (BOT) is responsible for voting on any
Carrie Gonzalez, longtime owner of the Honey Store east of Lyons has moved to New Mexico to start a new life after the flood, but the store itself is buzzing with activity. Under new ownership/management, with a new (honey bee-inspired) paint job, a new name (Let It Bee, Honey Store & More) and with new hours, Jenna Meling wants the Lyons community to know
Going for Green in Lyons
By Kathleen Thurmes
If you live in Lyons, you know about bears. Often in late summer, bears venture close to town in search of high-calorie food. A few years ago, local food shortages drove bears to go searching for food in new and unusual places in town -- putting humans and bears at risk of violent confrontations, something we all want to avoid.
Summer has certainly arrived. One hundred degrees earlier this week according to the Lyons Elementary School's new digital thermometer! Woe is me!
SUNDAY, JULY 23 – The Rockies vs. the Pirates at Coors Field at 1:10 p.m. We'll be celebrating my birthday! For tickets to to: Rockies.com/DASRDC (promo code DASRDC; your ticket will help the Denver Area Square Dance Council have 700 people, which allows them to square dance on the northwest end of the field at 11:30, with other entertainment and the game. Only $10 for tickets in lower section of 144-148. A great opportunity to see the Rockies at a reduced rate, and great opportunity to take your kids to a game. The more the merrier! You can even ride the RTD bus for $9 a seat from 8th & Coffman (Roosevelt Park) at 11 a.m., or 11:15. Take a big hat and enjoy the day!