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Longmont Museum Expands Philanthropic Giving Programming

In the last two years the Longmont Museum has augmented their programming and offering to the community with the help of and through the members of the Friends of the Longmont Museum Giving Club.

Library Introduces “Youth Experience Bags” for Kids, Tweens, & Teens

This winter, the Longmont Public Library’s ever-expanding collection of Experience Bags will be joined by a new collection of “Youth Experience Bags” – four kinds of bags designed for various age groups, topics, and purposes.

Longmont Police Report – February 14, 2019

Longmont Police Report - February 14, 2019

Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – February 16, 2019

Forecast Discussion: Everything is still on track for little snow in Longmont, and real cold returning. I'll post this...

Pistachio Cafe Bakery Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

Pistachio Cafe Bakery celebrated their ribbon cutting on Tuesday, February 12, 2019.

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National Popular Vote Bill Clears Key Colorado House Committee

The National Popular Vote bill, which would guarantee the presidency to the candidate who receives the most popular votes across all 50 states and the District of Columbia, cleared the Colorado House State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Committee on Tuesday.

Stand for Something: Campaign Promises are Not National Emergencies

When I came up with "Stand for Something" as the title of this column, the intent was to...

Longmont City Council votes to amend municipal code on Special/Metropolitan Districts policies and procedures

Longmont City Council voted this past Tuesday night and approved an ordinance amending the city’s current code requirements surrounding the creation of Special or Metropolitan Districts.

Things To Do In Longmont This Weekend

A list of events happening in Longmont this weekend.
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SW Longmont Transportation Alternatives Report available for review

The study team invites you to give your comments on the Evaluation of Alternatives Report through March 22, 2019. Your comments will be taken into consideration as the team prepares the Final Recommendations Report.

Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – February 15, 2019

Forecast Discussion: The 'storm' is underway this Valentine's evening (the temperatures dropped 20 degrees F between late morning and...

Understanding the Longmont Opportunity Zone

In December 2017, as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Congress created a tax incentive program to encourage private investment in economically distressed communities that have not enjoyed the same prosperity in recent years as other parts of the country.

Longmont City Council Approves Resolution for Performance Arts Center Feasibility Study

Longmont City Council approved a resolution this past Tuesday night to form an intergovernmental agreement that pushes forward a feasibility study for a performing arts facility in Longmont.
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