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Berthoud Town Board, Agenda July 13

Berthoud Town Board, Agenda July 13

BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING JULY 13, 2010 BOARD ROOM 7:00 P.M. 1.     Call to Order                           Mayor Tom Patterson 2.     Roll Call Mayor Tom Patterson Mayor Pro-Tem David Gregg Trustee Thomas Jones Trustee David Skiles  Trustee John Bauer Trustee Jeff Hindman Trustee Dick Shepard 3.     Pledge of Allegiance               Mayor Patterson 4.     Citizen Participation 5.     ... Full Story

BERT Agenda, July 12

BERT Agenda, July 12

BERTHOUD ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (BERT) AGENDA MONDAY, JULY 12, 2010 5:30 P.M. BOARD ROOM 1. Call to order 2. Guest recognition 3. Old business a. Resume past meetings discussion of achievements & goals b. Where can we help? c. Status of updated zoning map d. business incubation and sites e. What’s BERT’s role in all of this? 4. New business 5. Adjourn

Earthsky Tonight— July 12, Summer Triangle: Vega and

Earthsky Tonight— July 12, Summer Triangle: Vega and its constellation Lyra

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Look eastward this evening, and it’s hard to miss the season’s signature star formation, called the Summer Triangle. Its stars — Vega, Deneb and Altair — are the first three to light up the eastern half of sky after sunset, and their bright and sparkling radiance is even visible from light-polluted cities. Try looking first for the most prominent star in the eastern sky, which is Vega in the constellation Lyra the ... Full Story

Photo of the day: Wyoming Sunset

Photo of the day: Wyoming Sunset

Photo by P.J. DiPentino Photo data: Canon PowerShot A530. 1/320 sec., f 7.1 If you would like to have your photo on the feature page, send images and information to editor@berthoudrecorder.com

Earthsky Tonight—July ll, When is the next total

Earthsky Tonight—July ll, When is the next total solar eclipse in the U.S.?

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org A total eclipse of the sun takes place today, but not in the United States. To see it – one of nature’s grandest spectacles – you must be located along today’s long yet narrow total eclipse path that stretches across the South Pacific. Eclipse path for July 11, 2010 total solar eclipse People ask when a total solar eclipse will be visible in the mainland United States. It won’t happen until August 21, 2017. ... Full Story

Smith, true lawman and public servant

Smith, true lawman and public servant

I’ve been watching the Sheriff’s race with some interest over the last several months and I have to ask; who is this Constitutional Carl that recently arrived on the political scene? I’ve attended candidate forums and speaking engagements and to be honest, I’ve yet to hear any real substance from him. He simply espouses the kind of rhetoric that we’ve all come to expect from aspiring politicians over the years. Once you cut through the rhetoric, he appears to be just ... Full Story

Justin Smith experienced lawman

Justin Smith experienced lawman

To The Editor: I’ve taken the last several months to study the Republican candidates for Sheriff. On one side, I see an experienced lawman, Major Justin Smith, who has demonstrated his commitment to public safety and to caring for his community. With experience in all aspects of our Sheriff’s Office, 19 years of dedicated service to our community, a record of fiscal responsibility and a both a bachelors and masters degree in criminal justice, he has obviously prepared himself ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight— July 10,Total solar eclipse over

Earthsky Tonight— July 10,Total solar eclipse over South Pacific on July 11

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org A total eclipse of the sun rates as one of nature’s grandest spectacles. The new moon completely covers over the solar disk, momentarily turning day into night, and bringing the planets and brighter stars into view. During a total solar eclipse, you can see the sun’s normally invisible yet beautiful corona encircling the new moon silhouette. This year’s only solar eclipse takes place tomorrow, on Sunday, July 11. A ... Full Story

Wildfire Summer Mural Project gets underway

Wildfire Summer Mural Project gets underway

The Wildfire mural crew spent the day Friday in the mundane, but necessary task of painting the grid on the side of the Arts Center building. Under the watchful eye of Anita Yeh-Norrie, the all girl crew of Iona Kearney, Mandi Walsh, Katie Lamb, Skye Kearney, Jenna Hepp, Kayla Richards and Elizabeth Coats climbed the scaffolding and ladders to mark of the work area. The next step will be transferring the design from the master drawing to the wall, then each “muralist” will have a ... Full Story

Save The Poudre responds to B. J. Nikkel

Save The Poudre responds to B. J. Nikkel

By Mark Easter and Gary Wockner We are writing in response to BJ Nikkel’s recent editorial in the Recorder Online, wherein she supports the hugely damaging Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP/Glade). Let’s be clear –Agriculture and the Poudre River stand to be the big losers if NISP/Glade is built. In their ground-breaking report “Farming on the Edge: Sprawling Development Threatens America’s Best Farmland”, the American Farmland Trust identified the ... Full Story

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