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All’s well that ends well

Dear Editor:

What initially started off as a terrible misunderstanding has now been resolved in an amicable manner (“The CO threat,” letters to the editor, Jan. 8, The Aspen Times).

I am happy to report that Pacific Sheet Metal and I were able to resolve our matter. I wanted to thank the president, Mr. Walter, for his understanding and professionalism. It is apparent to me that he really cares about his company, the work they perform, and the people they serve.

Greg Balko

Snowmass Village

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