Aspen’s controversial gondola intersection rain gardens are now snow pits.
Following critical comments from Mayor Steve Skadron at a recent city council meeting about the sunken gardens posing a pitfall for disembarking bus passengers, the 16-inch deep depressions in the Durant Avenue streetscape were filled with compacted snow on Tuesday evening Full Story »
Some worried that new president, legalities could reopen Thompson Divide to drilling
White River National Forest Supervisor Scott Fitzwilliams’ recent decision to ban any future oil and gas leases on a majority of public land in his jurisdiction was made by him only and was not influenced by any politics in Washington D.C Full Story »
In the opening moments of Wednesday’s Pitkin County commissioners meeting, outgoing board chair Rob Ittner said farewell to his colleagues and thanked them for their hard work and input during his four-year tenure.
The city of Aspen engineering department is reminding all contractors that construction work in Aspen is restricted during the holiday week of Dec. 25 to Jan. 1. Construction crews on projects located in the Central Resort Area (CRA) are not permitted to do any exterior work that week, according to a press release Full Story »