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Friday, December 19, 2014

Loveland Emergency Shelter Opening at Library on Cold Nights

The Loveland Emergency Shelter is opening a nighttime shelter, pickup location temporarily at Loveland Public Library –– it is available until the day shelter opens. Pickup time from 6 to 6:30 p.m. Shelter will be open on nights when temperatures are forecast to be 20 degrees F or below. 

For more information about volunteering at the nighttime shelter, please contact Doug Ashbaugh at (970) 744-4693. 

Berthoud Library Youth Events for December
For more information on any of our programs, please call (970) 532-2757 or visit  The Berthoud Public Library is at 238 Welch Ave. in Berthoud.

“Polar Express PJ Party”

Monday, Dec. 15th 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wear your PJs to board the Polar Express and donate children’s books for kids in the community. Then enjoy stories, crafts, and treats, plus a “special guest” if you believe!   


Little Thompson Water District Announces New Water Conservation Tap The Little Thompson Water District is now offering a new water service product, the conservation water tap, to all our new customers. At a substantially lower cost, the conservation water tap is designed to meet the water needs for a growing part of our community who seek to be efficient users of our limited and valuable water resources.

The conservation water tap provides new customers with the same quality water supply as existing customers, but limits the quantity of water available on a monthly basis. A brochure outlining how the new tap is designed to meet the water needs of users who generally have lower outside water demands is now available. The outside water demands may be reduced due to smaller lot size, low water use landscaping, secondary irrigation systems, or other factors. The amount of water available to the customer specifically accounts for reasonable monthly inside use with limited and efficient outside use.

The conservation water tap allows the owner to acquire a water tap at a significantly reduced cost with the understanding that the water use must be managed wisely. The District has chosen to place few limitations on the water use for conservation water tap customers and control the water use only through tiered water rates.

Questions about this opportunity may be directed to Water Resources Engineer Erik Anglund at the Little Thompson Water District by calling (970) 532-2096 ext. 110




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