City approves sanitation district redevelopment |

City approves sanitation district redevelopment

Aspen Times Staff

The Aspen Consolidated Sanitation District’s redevelopment plans for its headquarters on North Mill Street were approved unanimously by City Council on Monday night.The redevelopment will allow the district to remodel and expand its existing maintenance facility on the property; expand four existing affordable housing units that are rented to its employees; demolish a separate, existing four-unit building that is 25 years old; and construct four new four-unit buildings, according to a memo to the council from city staffers.The expansion would occur as needed over the next two decades. Improvements will also be made to the site’s drainage and riparian habitat, the memo says.The council had asked Design Workshop, the project’s designers, to slightly alter the plans to address concerns over height and visual impacts.Monday night, Mayor Helen Klanderud thanked the architects and district representatives for working with the city.

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