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Accept rejection

Dear Editor:

After two city councils have reviewed the proposed development plan for the Lodge at Aspen Mountain, it is time for the developers to accept that their project has been rejected.

The city has spent enough time and money on this issue. It costs more money and sets a bad precedent to put such an issue to a public vote when it has been given a fair and lengthy review by the City Council. Should all denied projects go to public vote?

James Morris


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