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Call it the Vail Club

Dear Editor:

As a concerned citizen I am asking that City Council not approve the Aspen Club’s proposal of 20 timeshare units, 12 employee housing units and 41 new parking spaces.

I am opposed to this proposal because it does not adhere to the Land Use Code. It would totally alter the character of the neighborhood. This type and scale of construction is better suited to the commercial core or better still, to Vail.

This development does not provide a “great public benefit.” It is in private hands for use by its members and timeshare owners. It offers no benefit to me.

Donna Rowlands


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