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Don't Forget the Scoopers for Your Poopers!
Posted on Nov 14th, 2019
We have received numerous complaints of dog walkers not cleaning up after their pets.  Please be aware that not only is it not neighborly and inconsiderate of our residents and their guests but it is also against city codes with fines for noncompliance.  The codes cover all roadsides including those by empty lots.  
So please pick up after your pets and encourage others to do so as well.  Let's all together strive to keep our neighborhood clean and pleasant.
Thank you.
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BLM Planning Pile Burns West of Dawson Ranch
Posted on Oct 30th, 2019
The Bureau of Land Management-Front Range Fire and Aviation Management Unit is preparing to conduct pile burns between October 30, 2019 and March 2020, depending on favorable weather and fuel moisture conditions. The objective of the pile burns is to remove the slash left behind from timber harvests and previous fuels-thinning treatments. These timber harvests and fuels treatments remove beetle-killed timber and other fuels, reducing the risk of future catastrophic wildfire. Fuels treatments also help create various stages of plant succession, which is critical to the health of fire-adapted ecosystems. The pile burn locations are as follows:
Dawson Ranch – 50 piles. Piles are hand-built, consisting of Piñon pine and juniper trees. The piles are located on BLM land immediately west of Dawson Ranch subdivision and 2.5 miles southwest of Cañon City, Colo. 
Radon Mitigation
Posted on Apr 13th, 2019
Per the April 4, 2019 radon meeting and according to the Environmental Protection Agency, the state of Colorado has areas of high levels of radon as shown on this map: Colorado Map of Radon Zones
Because of the large preponderance of granite and that is where radon emanates, your health could be affected. Radon is the number one cause of lung cancer in nonsmoking adults. 
There is an excellent testing lab in Colorado Springs run by Jim Burkhart. He will provide you the test kit and do the evaluation for $30. He is also willing to provide a few names of certified companies that do a good job of mitigation. Mitigation normally runs around $2,000. Jim's info is below:
Radon Measurements Lab
1675 W. Garden of the Gods Rd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
If you prefer to obtain a list of certified mitigation companies from an independent source, you can go to website: aarst-nrpp.com/wp/certification/database-search/
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