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Grand Plan Project Prioritization

Limon’s Grand Plan originally evaluated 19 various projects and four combined projects that were based on community input. The projects address effects on economic development, quality of life and health and safety of the community in Limon and surrounding area. 257 more words

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Now is the time to take action for a new pool

By Wendy Pottorff

Our little pool has fulfilled its duty for 60 years. Now is the time to take action for a new pool.

The Limon Pool was built in 1957. 515 more words

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Grand Plan will benefit the health of the community

By Kevin M. Stansbury, CEO of Lincoln Community Hospital

As the CEO of Lincoln Community Hospital, I urge the citizens of Limon to vote for the proposed… 413 more words

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Grand Plan Ballot Issues - Why Two Questions?

Driven by community input and planning since 2013, a plan was created that would identify improvements and services that were the highest priority to the community. 264 more words

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Town Board Makes Decision on Sales Tax and Bonding Questions for “Grand Plan”

Discussions and community meetings have been taking place for over a year about Limon’s vision for the future and the “Grand Plan.” At Thursday night’s Limon Board of Trustees meeting, the board voted to refer, or move forward with, a new voter approved revenue in with Limon residents will be able to vote on in the April 3rd ballot. 437 more words

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Limon's vision for the future

What do you think the Limon community needs to foster growth, to interest our youth to return to raise their families and to provide the services and amenities desired by its citizens? 231 more words

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Five Stages of Grief

During my EMT clinicals to gain experience, I saw a lot of people going through the five stages of grief.

The five stages, as a brief refresher for those who have not dealt with the concept in a while, are denial, anger, depression, bargaining, and acceptance. 281 more words