We are entering a critical period when the Lyons Library District Board in cooperation with the Lyons Town Board will determine what type of Library/Community Center will be built. At one of the Library District’s building committee meetings the “Owner’s Representative” talked about a 6,000
Recently, Cathy Rivers wrote on social media about noise from an aerobatic airplane overflying the area. I would like to introduce my husband, Bob Freeman, to all concerned and clarify a few things.
Dear Lyons Community,
Many Lyons residents are noticing trees dying and wonder what can be done. Here are some thoughts about this.
Since the 2013 flood, there are many new factors, plus many intensified old factors that contribute to tree stress in Lyons. Physically stressed trees are very susceptible to harmful insects and diseases that end up killing them.
Open Letter to the Town of Lyons from Sergeant Bill Crist
Good afternoon all,
I just wanted to take some time, and voice a few reminders as the “spring fever” that we all get starts to set in. There are more people out and more outdoor activities taking place in and around town.
The heavy traffic season is just around the corner; however, we continue to receive more and more traffic complaints in all areas of Town. Speeding
We appreciate the opportunity to give an update on our progress on the Park Street location in Lyons and to clarify some misconceptions in regards to our program. Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley is completing its first round of family qualifications for the homes that will be built on Park Street. Currently two families are moving through that qualification process as they meet Habitat’s standards for
As the 114th Congress comes to a close, and the 115th Congress quickly approaches, I thought it would be a nice opportunity to share a couple of accomplishments we achieved over the last two years.
This Congress, I worked tirelessly to build an economy that works for all Americans. I co-sponsored legislation that would increase the