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Fuzzy-headed thinking

Katharine Thalberg’s letter attacking the CDOT land transfer is a wonderful example of the fuzzy-headed thinking that makes it so hard to get things done in Aspen.

The “straight-shot” and the transfer were voted on and approved of years ago. Katharine, do we have to have vote after vote until we get the result that you and your friends like?

You accuse the City Council of being “disingenuous and deceitful.” Actually, you and your friends can claim this title for your constant opposition to any type of change, and refusal to accept the results of previous votes on the S-curves, railroad or trolleys.

Jerry Epstein


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