Aspen City Council heard options for the future home of the Aspen Police Department, as well as other municipal departments, on Tuesday and ultimately favored a plan that would expand City Hall and build a new complex at the Zupancis site on Main Street.
Of the three alternatives proposed to council, “option 1” emerged as the favorite, getting the thumbs up from Mayor Steve Skadron and council members Adam Frisch and Dwayne Romero. That scenario would include a two-story addition to City Hall, which would allow the building to house the city clerk, city manager, environmental health, finance, human resources, legal, planning, building, engineering and IT departments. The new building at the Zupancis site would include the police, housing, capital asset, special events and transportation departments.
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