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May 13, 2011
- Police Officer Memorial on Friday
- City Council and School Board to Meet
- Review South Sherman Sidewalk Plan
- New Bike Map Available
- Public Input Sought on Prairie Dog Relocation
Police Officer Memorial Service on Friday
Front Range Chaplains will host the 16th Annual Peace Officer Memorial Service at 1 pm on Friday, May 13, on the front steps of the Safety and Justice Center, 225 Kimbark Street. The service includes a 21-gun salute, and the public is invited to honor our fallen law enforcement brothers and sisters.
City Council and School Board to Meet
On Tuesday, May 17, the Longmont City Council will hold a joint meeting with the St. Vrain Valley Board of Education from 5:30 to 7 pm in conference rooms
A & B of the Longmont Public Library at 409 4th Avenue. Topics to be discussed are a City of Longmont overview, a St. Vrain Valley School District overview, joint use of facilities, and health cost containment. The public is invited to attend.
Review South Sherman Sidewalk Plan
The public is invited to review designs for a new sidewalk on the east side of South Sherman Street between Grand and Kansas avenues at an open house from 5:30 to 6:30 pm on Wednesday, May 25, at the Development Services Center, 385 Kimbark Street. Staff will be available to answer questions. For information contact Steve Ransweiler at email@example.com or 303-774-4532.
New Bike Map Available
The 2011-2012 City of Longmont Bike Map is available at the Development Services Center at 385 Kimbark Street. This map is chock-full of useful information including the locations of all 63 Art in Public Places art pieces, active and healthy living tips, a City Park Guide, and bicycle safety tips. One of the major upgrades this round is the addition of two loops - the Longmont Loop (14 miles) and the Downtown Loop (2 miles). Stop by and pick up your copy today.
Public Input Sought on Prairie Dog Relocation
Trapping and relocation of prairie dogs at the Longmont Quail campus (310 and 400 Quail Road) is planned sometime after June 1. In accordance with the City's Wildlife Management Plan, the public is invited to comment on the plan by visiting the feedback page at http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/openspace/wildlife_feedback_form.htm.
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