Briefs (Pitkin County to discuss Glassier on Wednesday; Faraway dumpsters in Snowmass closed)
Glassier talks on Wednesday
Recreational uses of Pitkin County’s Glassier Open Space will be the focus when the steering committee that is helping draft a management plan for the property convenes on Wednesday.
The group will meet in the Town Council chambers at Basalt Town Hall from 5 to 7 p.m. Discussion topics will include creating a sustainable trail connection to the Crown, dogs, fishing access, parking and other potential recreation as well as wildlife protection.
The steering committee has been meeting monthly since February to help Pitkin County Open Space and Trails draft a management plan for about 282 acres located off Hooks Spur Road in the Emma area. The open space, acquired in two pieces, stretches from the Roaring Fork River up onto the slopes of the Crown, a popular recreation area managed by the Bureau of Land Management.
The management plan will address agriculture, recreation and wildlife conservation on the open space. Anyone with an interest in the planning is welcome at the meeting. Go to http://www.pitkin ostprojects.com to keep tabs on the Glassier planning process as well as other Open Space and Trails projects.
Faraway Road dumpsters closed
The town of Snowmass Village Solid Waste and Recycling Division is performing a full remodel of the Faraway Road dumpster site. This has resulted in the closure of the site, which started on May 15 and will last for approximately two weeks.
Residents impacted by the dumpster site closure can use the facilities at the intersections of Brush Creek and Sinclair roads and Brush Creek and Meadow roads.
Contact the Public Works Department at 970-923-5110.
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