November 2013 Student of the Month: BayLee Laufer
BayLee Laufer, a Cedaredge High School senior, is the Town of Orchard City's November 2013 Student of the Month. She has received awards in tennis & volleyball, as well as receiving Academic letters for outstanding performance in labs, dissections, classwork, high GPA and Marine Biology. BayLee is highly involved in ASTRA and the National Honors Society. Her volunteer work ranges from community fundraisers, Hospice, church and community food drives to shoveling sidewalks & driveways. Her employment experiences include house-sitting, childcare, housecleaning and care of livestock. In addition to her normal high school agenda, BayLee has been preparing the path for her future with college-level courses which include world literature, composition/literature, anatomy & physiology through Colorado Mesa University. Her ambition and goal is to enroll at California State - Monterey Bay and graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Marine Biology of Environmental Science. We have no doubt that she will be highly successful and prove herself a great asset wherever she goes!
Congratulations and good luck to you, BayLee!
Public Service Announcement forThis is to notify the users of water from the Town of Orchard City that water service will be off for necessary upgrades to the East Transmission Line starting at 8:00 a.m. on December 4, 2013. Area affected will be from the Water Treatment Plant to SW 11th along the East line only. Service will be off for the entire day and will be restored as soon as possible. We encourage all Town of Orchard City water users to conserve water on this date and thank you for your cooperation. Addition information is available at (970)835-3337
TOWN OF ORCHARD CITY WATER DEPARTMENT
The Town of Orchard City Ordinance 2013-01 Prohibiting Retail Marijuana was adopted at the July 10, 2013 regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Town Hall, Austin.
Regarding the issue of aerial mosquito control, The Town of Orchard City is currently standing on Resolution 2012-03.
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