GrassRoots hosts some Squirmin’
The Aspen Times, GrassRoots Television and the Aspen Daily News are sponsoring Squirm Night on Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the GrassRoots studio. The candidates/issue forum will include Pitkin County commissioner candidates and opponents and proponents of the proposal to build a new visitor center.The forum will be hosted by former county Commissioner James R. True, who will share the table with editors from the two newspapers and two commission candidates at a time. Each pair of candidates will be in front of the audience and camera for 30 minutes. The final half hour will be devoted to the visitor center issue.GrassRoots TV is located in the Red Brick Arts Center on Hallam Street in Aspen. For more information, call 925-8000.
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