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GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado – Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, which attracts thousands of visitors each year, will extend its hours over the holidays.

The park will be open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Friday, Dec. 17, through Monday, Jan. 3., and will be closed on Christmas Day.

The Adventure Park offers guests an out-of-the-ordinary way to enjoy winter in Colorado, with a scenic ride in fully enclosed gondolas, cave tours, mountain-top dining, thrill rides and family friendly activities



For more information about Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, visit http://www.GlenwoodCaverns.com or call (970) 945-4228.

The town of New Castle announces that the final draft of the sign code is ready for community review and comment. During the past year, several public meetings with the Planning and Zoning Commission were held.



Also, there were two open house meetings that were facilitated by Elyse Ackerman, who is the regional manager of the Department of Local Affairs.

So far, many citizens of New Castle and residents of Garfield County have expressed their opinions about what should and should not be included in the sign code. Since all people who do business in New Castle as well as anyone who lives in New Castle are affected by new regulations, it is very important that people attend a community meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 12, at 7 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers located at 450 W. Main St. in New Castle.

If you cannot attend, please send your written comments to Planning and Zoning Commission Chairman Kevin O’Brien, PO Box 90, New Castle, CO, 81647 before Jan. 12. The draft sign code can be reviewed by accessing the town’s website, which is newcastlecolorado.org.

Contact Tim Cain at the town for additional information at 984-2311.


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