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A couple of thoughts

I have lived in the valley for only a few years but must compliment those wishing to leave the entrance to Aspen unchanged and the hospital board for their direction in setting a new standard of health care competition and freedom of information.

Why would we want to change the way we come into this naturally beautiful town by traversing a lovely open space when we can slow down traffic by passing it through about a dozen city blocks and two right-angle turns?

I think the hospital’s policy of limiting the number of medical doctors in order to protect the quality care in the valley and prohibiting the broadcasting of a hospital board meeting is such a novel way to set a new direction in a democracy.

George Johnson


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