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Archive for April 13, 2009

Wood Sort Yard Opens April 18

Larimer County’s Peak to Peak Wood Sort Yard is scheduled to open on Saturday, April 18 for wood as a result of forest thinning and fire mitigation as well as beetle-kill wood.     The Stove Prairie site will be accepting mountain pine beetle infested wood this year. This might be your best opportunity to get rid of large amounts of infested wood. The site, again, will not be accepting slash this year, though this may change at a later date.  The sort yard is ... Full Story

State Legislators to Meet with Public

Rep. B.J. Nikkel and Sen. Kevin Lundberg will hold town hall meetings Saturday, April 18 in the Loveland City Council Chambers at 10 a.m., and at the Estes Park Library at noon. Republican House Whip, Rep. Cory Gardner will also be at the meetings. (more…)

Town Board Briefs: Board Considers Annexation Fee

The Board of Trustees has decided to delay a decision on three requests from property owners to waive Town fees for annexation and zoning. (more…)

Watch for Lions Loose on the Highway

By Curtis Wilson Lions Club District 6-NE Governor Fourteen members attended the regular Lions Club meeting Thursday, April 2. The Lion Tamer was given the floor for the first five minutes to conduct a “squeezed banana” race. Three volunteer couples participated and diligently tried to win. (more…)

State News: Health Care Reform Heating Up in Colorado

Lawmakers in Washington, D.C., are expected to tackle health care reform very soon, but Colorado activists are ramping up now, with a host of public events across the state this week that kicked off in Greeley on Saturday. Hundreds of people showed up for a health care "carnival" — part of a growing national campaign called "Health Care for America Now!" (more…)

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