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Tree Symposium Set For May 7

Mountain pine beetles, managing the trees on your property, and fire mitigation will be featured programs at the second annual Tree Symposium to be held Wednesday morning, May 7 in the Town Hall Board Room. Doors open at 8:15 a.m. Keynote speaker Dave Leatherman will present a program on “Mountain Pine Beetles and the Estes Valley” beginning at 8:30. He will discuss beetle biology, prevention, and treatment ...

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Food Tax Program Underway

To qualify, residents must have lived within the boundaries of the Estes Valley Recreation and Park District during the entire 12-month period of 2007, have an income within the low-income guidelines released in April, and be in one of the following categories: Resident families with dependent children under the age of 18 in 2007 Residents who are disabled and received disability income in 2007 Residents wh ...

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Town Of Estes Park Proposed Water Tap Fee Increase

A proposed modification of the Town of Estes Park's ("the Town") Connection Charges (water tap fees), resulting in an increase affecting such fees, will be considered by the Town's Board of Trustees at a public hearing. Any water customer of the Town may appear, either personally or through counsel, at the public hearing to provide testimony or comment regarding the proposed modifications. This hearing will ...

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News Regarding US 34 Bridge Replacement

This week, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) realigned US 34 near Drake as part of the bridge replacement project over the Big Thompson River at milepost 81.13. The new alignment allowed crews to open one lane of US 34 in each direction through the construction zone. “Since the project began in February, US 34 has been in a one-lane configuration with signals at each end to direct traffic thr ...

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Town Of Estes Park Celebrates National Volunteer Week April 27-May 3, 2008

“Volunteers Warm Hearts and Build Communities” For the 10th year the Town of Estes Park has chosen to formally recognize the efforts and success of its volunteers. Volunteer Recognition Week, April 27 through May 3, 2008 is officially designated by former Mayor John Baudek and Mayor Bill Pinkham via proclamation. This special week offers opportunities to thank some of America’s most valuable assets — our vo ...

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Red-Tailed Hawk Shot In Carriage Hills

By: Scott Rashid Being a Bird Rehabilitator, I am often called to rescue an injured or orphaned bird. If the bird is injured, the injury is most often human caused. Birds get stuck in barbed wire fences, crash into windows, get hit by cars etc. I understand those types of injuries and in many cases; I can rehabilitate the birds and release them back to the wild. The one injury that I find intolerable is whe ...

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Estes Park Police Report

On March 31, police were called to a disturbance at 330 5th Street. Arrested was a 38 year old female from Estes Park who was charged with third degree assault and resisting arrest. She was transported to Larimer County Detention Center. On March 31 at 1:14 p.m., police were called to the Estes Park Medical Center on the report of a 25 year old female from Fort Collins who was trying to fill a fraudulent pr ...

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Community Service Announcement Regarding Loading Zones

Loading Zones along Elkhorn Avenue are painted red to assist both citizens and tourists in identifying their location as well as to designate that there is “no parking” allowed anytime in these areas unless otherwise signed. It has come to the attention of the Estes Park Police Department that delivery services are being affected due to cars being parked in these areas. Loading Zones are not seasonal and wi ...

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