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Isis should pass into history

Dear Editor:I totally agree with the recent article by Ron Hochfield that tax dollars should not fund the Isis and the $8.75 million asking price is way out of line. Having been in Aspen for over 30 years and very familiar with the old, small, cozy Aspen Isis that I used to go to frequently, I found since the owners replaced it and made it way too large and I went to the downstairs movie and did not like it as I felt I was in a basement area, so have never been back since. If they had left the old smaller theater it would have been fine. Not as many go to the movie theaters as they used to in my opinion since they watch movies in their homes, so times have changed. I can’t see that the present Isis will make money and feel it would be a poor financial investment.Norma DolleOwner, Silver Queen Victorian LodgeAspen


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