Aspen Power Plant group to host community forum
Founders of a nonprofit proposing to turn the old power station into an Aspen Brewing Co. brewery, Aspen 82 TV studio and incubator workspace are hosting a community conversation next week at the Rio Grande Room.
In a letter addressed to community members Wednesday, Aspen Power Plant nonprofit founders David Cook and Duncan Clauss expressed gratitude to the Aspen City Council for its decision to award the nonprofit the opportunity to move into and invigorate the site. The council approved the proposal more than a year ago.
The nonprofit’s organizers intend to explain their project at the community forum as well as address community questions, concerns and misconceptions, their letter said.
The event is April 6 at 5:30 p.m. The Rio Grande Room is located is 455 Rio Grande Place, adjacent to the Aspen Police Station.
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Basalt mayoral candidates Bill Kane and Rob Leavitt said at a Feb. 10 forum they endorsed the town government’s $1.34 million expenditure to expand a riverfront park. Candidate and councilman Bill Infante said not so fast and provided an alternative view.