Saturday, October 19, 2019

Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – October 20-21, 2019

front passes over Colorado around midnight Saturday into Sunday with strong steady winds midday Sunday (and temperatures 10F cooler than Friday/Saturday). We don't warm much this week. There are potential snow storms Wed PM/Thursday AM and Sunday/Monday next week.

Longmont High School Science Teacher Earns Teaching Fellowship

Kevin Lowe, a science teacher at Longmont High School, has been awarded a prestigious fellowship by Knowles Teacher Initiative, based in Moorestown, New Jersey.

Longmont Humane Society Pet of the Week

This chatty and affectionate 12-year-old kitty will make a wonderful addition to your cat-loving household!

Longmont Police Report: Oct. 17, 2019

SHOPLIFT An employee of a Longmont, CO business located in the 1200 block of S. Hover Street reported...

Council Approves Climate Action Task Force

Application deadline is November 15th

10/18 4pm Update: Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – October...

As smoke drifts around the Front Range, a parade of cold fronts is on its way. The first cools us about 15F for Friday then the next drops us another 10F on Sunday. Chances of rain are present with both fronts, but not much should fall. Temperatures look too warm for snow. There is an 'over the horizon' storm mid-week next week. We'll see what that does later.

Longmont City Council Enters in Partnership with Xcel Energy

The MOU is non-binding and is for the purpose of exploring Longmont's participation in the Xcel Energy Partners in Energy program.

EL Concejo Municipal de Longmont aprueba la formación del Grupo de Trabajo para la...

En la sesión del 15 de octubre del 2019, el Concejo Municipal de Longmont aprobó la formación de un Grupo de Trabajo para la Acción Climática, tras su votación unánime del pasado 8 de octubre del 2019 donde aprobaron el estado de emergencia climática.

Error in Ballot Language Causes Confusion

An error has been found in the wording of Longmont Ballot Issue 3B – Pool and Ice Rink Facility – that appears on voting ballots, and it is causing confusion for voters.

Ballot Issue 3B, Pool & Ice Rink: Where Will It Go?

This article is part of a series that will be published by the Longmont Observer this week providing more information on ballot issue 3B, a sales tax increase of 0.18% in the City of Longmont to fund the construction of a competitive swimming pool and ice rink.
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