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Decisions are made daily as to the direction a community will take to preserve a certain standard of living and improve the lives of its citizens. Proposed avenues and ideas to sustain a community are the goals of many – from local and state government to community groups to the average citizen. But, with the diverse backgrounds of those living in a particular community, opinions often differ as to the most beneficial course of action.The interests and welfare of the average person is most often in the forefront of these decisions. The sustainability of local natural resources, our children’s education and how our neighborhoods fare are a few of the local topics that are dealt with daily. Falcon is no different.Water issues are complicated. How should water resources be allocated, how should the money be spent to guarantee water to residents and who owns water rights? In this issue of The New Falcon Herald, Kathleen Wallace writes about plans for the Southern Delivery System, a water pipeline that will impact Southern Colorado communities, from Pueblo to Colorado Springs, including Falcon.Natalie Gowen reports about two local boards – the Falcon School District 49 Board of Education and the Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District Board of Directors – and the differing courses of action Falcon residents support regarding the boards’ futures. The education of our children remains a hot topic as the search for a new superintendent moves forward. Also, Woodmen Hills faces diversity, as a recall effort is jump started.As citizens, we may not agree on the path to follow to maintain a quality community, but we can agree that we want to reach that goal.Keep reading the NFH for news that shapes our community.– Stefani, Michelle and the NFH team

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