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Casa Lou Cardenas celebrates the life of Longmont trailblazer
A woman named Eloyeda "Lou" Cardenas embodied this Diane Luna quote during her 99 years of life. Lou was a Longmont resident of Hispanic ancestry who overcame barriers and radically altered the city’s landscape by pushing for diversity, equity, and inclusion when such issues weren’t at the forefront of conversation. To ensure her legacy remains intact, a local developer has chosen to memorialize Lou at Casa Lou Cardenas, a new, mixed-use building on the corner of 9th and Main Street in Longmont.
"Collaboration, creativity, and respect build lifelong connections that matter and make a difference, propelling us to work together across all boundaries.”
ReferencesDuncan, Oli Olivas. We, Too, Came to Stay: A History of the Longmont Hispanic Community. Longmont Hispanic Study and El Comite, 1988.
Hammon, Kelsey. “Two Longmont Women Built Foundations for Service Organizations Today.” Longmont Times-Call, Longmont Times-Call, 12 Mar. 2021, https://www.timescall.com/2021/03/11/two-longmont-womens-efforts-built-foundations-for-service-organizations-today/.
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● Commercial and Residential Spaces Available● Energy-Efficient Upgrades Save on Monthly Utility Bills● Electric Vehicle Parking● Purified Air Systems in Residences● Heating & AC Uses 50% Less Energy Than Traditional Systems
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