Aspen briefs: Input wanted on Lindsay Parcel Open Space & finance discussion |

Aspen briefs: Input wanted on Lindsay Parcel Open Space & finance discussion

City seeks public input on Lindsay Parcel Open Space

The city of Aspen and Pitkin County recently purchased 7 acres of land called the Lindsay Parcel. The land is adjacent to Smuggler Mountain Open Space and directly between the Lani White Trail and the Hunter Creek/Vereena Mallory Trail.

More information on the property can be found on the Open Space page under Parks Department at There’s also a survey on the page, which is open through Nov. 1.

Personal finance discussion on Thursday

The Aspen Young Professionals Association will hold a discussion on personal finance from 6 to 8 Thursday at Aspen Club & Spa. The discussion is free to association members and $15 for non-members.

The discussion will center around retirement planning, buying a first home, taxes and the Affordable Care Act, among other topics.

Speakers will include Jonathan Feldman from Community Banks of Colorado; Steve Sand, certified public accountant; Simon Dogbe from Northwestern Mutual Investment Services; and Mark Devlin from Devlin Financial Services. Food and beverages will be provided.

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