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Indian Peaks Radio Club Meeting Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Indian Peaks Radio Club Meeting

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Nederland Community Center, Room 108 in the West Wing

6:15-7:00 pm – IPRC Board Meeting

7:00-9:00 pm – IPRC Meeting

All people interested in ham radio are welcome to join the club meeting starting at 7 pm.

During the July 24 meeting, Sue Churches of Teens, Inc. will talk about her program and IPRC’s past role in the annual Ned Ned race and opportunities for the future.  We will also have a debrief of the June 23-24 Field Day event, including member participation and operations.  If interested, members can participate in the weekly 7:30 pm AirLink check in with other hams in the area.

FINAL UPDATE – Water Line Repair Scheduled for 7/11/2018: Lower/mid Big Springs Drive Ponderosa Drive Big Springs Point East side of Lakeview Dr

Please be advised that the repair is complete in the Big Springs area.  Since water line repair work can stir up sediment within the distribution system, please RUN COLD WATER if you notice any discoloration (this discoloration is not a health hazard) for several minutes until it runs clear.  Do this before using it for laundry or using hot water.

 

NEDERLAND WATER DEPARTMENT
Water Line Repair
Date: July 11, 2018
Time: 7:00am – 6:00pm
Areas affected:
Lower/mid Big Springs Drive
Ponderosa Drive
Big Springs Point
East side of Lakeview Dr.

The Town of Nederland will finish a SCHEDULED water line repair tomorrow July 11th. The project may continue until the morning of July 12th. This will require us to temporarily shut off your water service.
We apologize for any inconvenience and will restore service as soon as possible. We will let you know immediately when the water is turned back on.
After the work is complete, Town of Nederland Water Department will flush water mains in your area. Flushing may stir up sediment in the pipes and result in discolored and/or rusty water.
There are no known health hazards associated with discolored water. If discolored water is apparent, run several cold water taps at full force until the water clears. Avoid washing laundry or using hot water.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please call the Nederland Utilities Department at
(303) 258-3088

UPDATE: Fuels reduction project continues near Switzerland Trail and Gold Hill

GOLD HILL, Colo. (July 5, 2018) – U.S. Forest Service contractors are completing 50 acres of mechanical fuels reduction work 3 miles west of Gold Hill near Switzerland Trail. The project is expected take up to four weeks to complete. Visitors are asked to use caution on Forest Service Road 456.1C as log trucks will be using that road.  A map of the project area is available here: Gold Hill Area.

 

Join the Board of Zoning Adjustment. Member Opening!

To apply to be a Board of Zoning Adjustment member come to Town Hall for an application or download an application:  Advisory Board & Commission Application

Return completed application to the Town Clerk at Town Hall or email: townclerk@nederlandco.org

The Board of Zoning Adjustment meets as needed on the second Thursday of each quarter (January, April, July, October) in the Nederland  Community Center.

Nederland Municipal Code, Section 16:232, describes the Board of Zoning Adjustment:

The Board shall hear and decide applications for variances where there are practical difficulties or unnecessary hardships in the way of carrying out the strict letter of this Chapter [Chapter 16, Municipal Code]. The Board has the power to vary or modify the application of the regulations or provisions of this Chapter relating to the use, construction or alteration of buildings or structures, or the use of land, so that the spirit of this Chapter is observed, public safety and welfare secured and substantial justice done, provided that the Board finds that all of the following criteria have been satisfied:

  • That there are unique physical circumstances or conditions, such as irregularity, narrowness, shallowness or size of the lot, or exceptional topographical or other physical conditions peculiar to the affected property;
  • That, because of such physical circumstances or conditions, the property cannot reasonably be developed in conformity with the provisions of this Chapter;
  • That such unnecessary hardship has not been created by the applicant;
  • That the variance, if granted, will not alter the essential character of the neighborhood or district in which the property is located nor substantially or permanently impair the appropriate use or development of adjacent property; and
  • That the variance, if granted, is the minimum variance that will afford relief and is the least modification possible of this Chapter’s provisions which are in question.

June 27th Planning Committee Meeting: Short Term Rental DRAFT Ordinance & Meeting Minutes for Public Review. Board of Trustees will discuss at the July 17th meeting.

The public is welcome to review the detailed discussion and corresponding documents regarding Short Term Rentals, as discussed at the June 27th Planning Committee meeting. All attachments will all be included in the July 17th Board of Trustees packet and will be a discussion item on the agenda.