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ALLO Communications announces an all fiber network in Eaton, Colorado

LINCOLN, NE (September 6th, 2022) – ALLO Communications announces building a 10 Gigabit fiber‐to‐the‐premise service in Eaton, Colorado, with construction to begin in fall 2022.

“I’m pleased to announce an innovative partnership with ALLO.” Eaton Mayor Scott Moser said, “This network will provide cutting‐ edge technology to citizens, the schools, and the businesses and will fulfill a promise that I made to our community to bring reliable, high‐speed fiber to Eaton!”

Job Opening: Public Works Director

The Town of Eaton is seeking a Public Works Director to serve as the principal director for the Public Works Department.  The Town of Eaton is a vibrant, growing town in Northwestern Colorado centrally located 10 miles north of Greeley, 30 miles east of Loveland and 25 miles southeast of Fort Collins.  We are close to two major universities, UNC in Greeley and CU in Fort Collins with a better than fantastic view of Longs Peak and the beautiful mountains that adorn Rocky Mountain National Park.  We have a population of 6,600 and an operating budget of $13,333.000.  The Town opened its new hi

Town of Eaton Reaches Settlement with Xcel Energy

The Town of Eaton announces a comprehensive settlement with Xcel Energy in its litigation with the Town. After a rigorous examination of the merits of the case and the unlikelihood of prevailing at either the District Court or the Public Utilities Commission, the Town staff and Board of Trustees believes, based on feedback from its litigation team, that it is best to settle with the best possible terms for the citizens, schools, and businesses of Eaton. Under the proposed terms of the settlement, the Town has negotiated the following:

Eaton’s New Roundabout - Collins and CR 35

Photo by Joseph Cross

The roundabout at the intersection of Collins and CR 35 will be open to cars starting August 19! The decision to build a roundabout instead of maintaining the intersection as a two-way stop or creating a traffic signal came down to safety. Roundabouts, statistically, have significantly lower crash and death rates than traditional intersections. With the new high school opening on the northeast corner, safety for younger drivers as well as planning for increased pedestrian traffic was a top concern.