If it ain’t broke … | AspenTimes.com

If it ain’t broke …

Dear Editor:As a person who comes to Aspen at least once a year, I am always concerned about changes in the skyline of this beautiful town. Rio Grande Park is one of the nicest parts. Why would anyone want to mar the beauty of this lovely park with buildings that haven’t been needed in the many years that the recycling center has been in existence? A row of trees to separate the area from the rest of the park sounds like a better choice … we are talking about recycling!Pam BeasleyGarland, Texas

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