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Longmont City Council Asks Staff to Modify Wildlife Management Plan

Originally adopted in 2006, the Wildlife Management Plan set out to "preserve existing wildlife habitats, improve degraded habitats, promote the coexistence of...

LPD Arrests Possible Suspect in Murder of 80 yo Man

On July 18, Longmont responded to a call around 6 p.m. in the 2200 block of Jewel St.

Things to Do in Longmont This Weekend: July 19-21

Check out all the summer fun to be had in Longmont this weekend.

Recruitment now underway for Land Use advisory boards and commissions

Boulder County invites residents to voice opinions, provide guidance

Video: Merrymaking with The Hollands

https://youtu.be/ZyVe-hVlGk0 Part of the folk revival scene, they describe themselves as 'Merry Making Nomads' and they're appearing...

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Additional Developer Incentives Discussed During City Council Study Session

In this particular meeting, Longmont City Staff sought direction on additional incentives that could be offered to developers should they choose to provide more than the 12% required units for affordable housing.

City of Longmont, Colorado: Musk Thistle Field Day

Musk thistle (Carduus nutans) is a problematic noxious weed in Boulder County. It can produce thousands of seeds per plant and outcompete native plants -- and it is dropping it's seeds now!

Aloha Trading Company Says Hello to Longmont

Aloha is how you are greeted by owners Kim and Mark Pinkerton when entering or exiting the new Aloha Trading Company.

Commissioners reaffirm temporary moratorium on new oil and gas development applications and seismic testing

The county commissioners took public testimony on July 16 on whether the moratorium should be modified in any way. The moratorium remains in effect until March 28, 2020.

Video: Longmont Planning And Zoning Commission 7-17-2019

https://youtu.be/dSrtHd7TH_4 AGENDAPLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSIONCITY COUNCIL CHAMBERSCIVIC CENTER COMPLEX, 350 KIMBARK ST.REGULAR MEETINGDATE: July 17, 2019TIME: 7:00 p.m.PLACE: City Council...

Podcast- Impact: Longmont Episode 1

Longmont's two State Representatives, Sonya Jaquez Lewis and Jonathan Singer, talk with Marcia Martin about what our State Legislature has accomplished in 2019, what they need to do in 2020 to keep up the momentum.

Making the Rainbow Connections: A Program for LGBT Elders Takes Flight

New opportunities for LGBTQ elders and those with volunteer motivation are on the horizon in Longmont as Rainbow Connections launches in September.

Longmont Police Report – July 16, 2019

Longmont Police Report - July 16, 2019
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