A dose of hypocrisy | AspenTimes.com

A dose of hypocrisy

(This letter was originally addressed to Joseph P. Gregg, who had a letter published in Monday’s Aspen Times.)

Mr. Gregg, it appears to me that you are more than willing to encourage development in the upper Fryingpan Valley while denying any access to your property in the lower valley.

The “no trespassing, no fishing, don’t even ask” signs that plaster the Cap K Ranch property put the lie to your recent letter in The Aspen Times.

Leasing your property to the benefit of those who are willing to pay for the privilege of fishing the Cap K Ranch stretch of the river makes your letter even more two-faced. I smell a huge dose of hypocrisy here.

Dick Bird


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