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Concerts, Outdoor Movies and a Farmers Market Oh My!

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We can't wait to start enjoying the summer events in The Foundry's plaza!

The Loveland Downtown Partnership released plans Tuesday for a new free summer event series called “One Sweet Summer” that will bring a variety of activities to The Foundry's plaza space.

Loveland Downtown District Events and Marketing Manager Abby Powell said the series will kick off on May 31 with the first of three planned Friday Blues Nights. It will also feature a farmers market and fitness events in addition to outdoor movies and concerts.

More about the happenings here:  Summer Fun in Loveland

Zero Emissions Seems Like a Pretty Good Thing to Us

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We know it may take a while to get to all zero emission vehicles on the road, but this local company is helping us move in that direction.

Lightning Systems, a global developer of zero emission drivetrains for commercial fleets, today announced new battery-electric powertrain options for the Ford F-59 Model to support its customers with delivery and food truck applications.

Read more on the company's website here:  Lightning Systems

Loveland City’s November Ballot May Include Reconsidering Marijuana Ban

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Some city Councilors think it's time to take a look at what has changed since 2011 when the Loveland council passed ordinances banning the sale of both medical and recreational marijuana within city limits (marijuana legalization was approved statewide by voters in November 2012).

“I think it is time that we re-explore whether Loveland is still on the right path to serve our citizens,” wrote Councilor John Fogle, Ward III, in an email to fellow councilors Tuesday afternoon.

In his email, Fogle wrote that his reasoning for bringing the matter back up involves the possibility that marijuana will soon be legalized at the federal level — if so, “our local ban will fall away and there will be a mad rush — with no rules in place — the City would have little control,” he wrote.

More on the issue here:  Marijuana May Be Federally Legal Soon

2020 Census…Not Just a Pain in the Patootey.

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It's the largest peacetime mobilization of government and citizens each decade…and not just so Big Brother can keep an eye on you.

Why is it done every 10 years?  There are a number of good reasons, many of which you might not be aware of.

This time it will all be done online.  And you could even make some extra bucks helping out…

Take a better look at the important reasons here:  2020 Census

The Dining Out Scene Just Keeps Getting Better in Loveland

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From Boar and Bull to Piggin' Out Saloon to East End Alehouse to The Farmstead on South Lincoln…they have arrived!

Our big changes at Piggin' Out are coming to fruition! We are moving forward with opening a beer garden and food truck just south of Downtown at The Farmstead, 1015 South Lincoln. We are targeting mid-April so stay tuned! 

Get the details here:  Piggin' Out BBQ

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