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February 4, 2011
- Boulder County Wants Transportation Feedback
- Community Garden to Take Reservations
- Apply Now for Transit Academy
- Grow Your Business with LEGI
- Paint-a-Thon Program Accepting Applications
Boulder County Wants Transportation Feedback
Boulder County's Transportation Master Plan (TMP) team is looking for public feedback on their shaping their transportation plan. The plan describes Boulder County's multimodal transportation system and how it will develop over the next 25 years. This long-range plan discusses where people are traveling now - and where they will be going in the future. It focuses on travel within Boulder County and to other places in the region. The challenge is to facilitate this travel in a manner that is affordable, responsive to anticipated needs and changes, and consistent with Boulder County goals and policies. Take the online survey at www.bouldercounty.org/sustain/trans/pages/transportationmasterplan.aspx.
Community Garden to Take Registrations
Second Start Community Garden, located just east of the corner of 11th Avenue and Baker Street, will be accepting registrations for new gardeners for the 2011 season. Registration will be held in the Longmont Public Library conference room on Saturday, February 26, from 9 to 11 am. For more information, e-mail email@example.com.
Apply Now for Transit Academy
Applications are being accepted through February 11 for the Transit Alliance Citizens’ Academy. Participants will study the links between transportation, community development and sustainability in the Denver Metro Region then take their new knowledge back to their communities. For more information and to apply online, visit www.transitalliance.org/Academy.
Grow Your Business with LEGI
The Longmont Economic Gardening Initiative (LEGI) program provides training, marketing and research data, and strategic planning resources to help local companies grow. Most services provided through LEGI are free to Longmont business, and others are provided at a nominal cost. For more information, contact Economic Development Manager Doug Bene at 303-651-8403 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paint-a-Thon Program Accepting Applications
The City is accepting applications through March 31 for the 2011 Paint-a-Thon. This program helps income- and asset-qualified senior and disabled homeowners whose homes need painting. Mobile homes are eligible for this program. Paint and supplies are provided, and volunteers will do the painting this summer. Call Molly McElroy at 303-651-8530 for more information and an application packet.
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