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Town Purchases New Electric Hybrid For Fleet

The Town of Estes Park purchased a 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid for the Light & Power Department on September 19. "This will give us an opportunity to test the efficiency of a hybrid vehicle in commercial use in the mountains," said Dave Mahany, Public Works Superintendent. This electric hybrid joins three other alternative fuel vehicles in the Town of Estes Park's fleet, "we also have three GM pickups that ...

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Eric Adams Leaving MacGregor Ranch

The Board of Trustees of MacGregor Ranch was sorry last week when Eric Adams, long time Executive Director of the ranch, submitted his resignation effective October 31, 2008. Eric has been employed at the ranch for almost 16 years, 13 years as Executive Director and during his tenure, he brought the ranch to new heights in land management, community involvement, obtaining grants to conduct specific improvem ...

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Attention All Community Members Interested In School Safety

Please consider joining the Estes Park Police Department and the Park R-3 School District in the C.A.T.S. partnership, a volunteer program designed to enhance school safety for our students and staff.  C.A.T.S. stands for Caring Adults Teaming for Safety. Last year the program was launched and well-received at the high school and this year will expand to the middle school. Volunteers are needed for either t ...

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Nick Mollé Walk In The Park Series On Rocky Mountain PBS

On Saturday night September 27th at 7:00 p.m. the television series “A Walk in the Park” will begin a thirteen week run on Rocky Mountain PBS, KRMA Channel 6. The series, created by local producer Nick Mollé, first aired on Rocky Mountain PBS in September of 2007 and was repeated three times during the fall, winter and spring television seasons. Because of its success across the state of Colorado, it has be ...

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It is one thing to build a community center.  But where is the money coming from to operate it? Ballot issue 4C is a mill levy increase to provide operating money for the Recreation District. Included in 4C is $140,000 to operate the community center. Operational expenses for the community center are calculated to be $440,000 annually. The revenues are anticipated to be $300,000 a year. The difference of $1 ...

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