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A judge has ruled that an Aspen resident who is suing the city in an effort to force a public vote on a new government office building has standing and her case can proceed.

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A local homeless man who was wearing nothing but boxer shorts when a sheriff’s deputy pulled him over last month was advised Monday that he faces a felony for his alleged seventh DUI-related offense.

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A former developer of Base Village, multiple related entities, two banks and other businesses are accused of racketeering and fraud over the handling of two metropolitan districts related to the massive project.

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The last Aspen Mountain Master Plan was accepted by the Forest Service in 1997, and included both the Pandora and snowmaking expansions. That 20-year-old plan also envisioned replacing the Bell Mountain and Gent’s Ridge lifts with modern, high-speed equipment. 

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A proposed Roaring Fork Valley Housing Authority (RFVRHA) has taken a big organizational step by selecting two Front Range companies to jointly conduct a needs assessment that will, upon completion, serve as a foundation for the group’s future existence.

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