Its time to squirm |

Its time to squirm

The Aspen Times, GrassRoots Channel 12 and the Aspen Daily News are hosting Squirm Night on Wednesday.Candidates for Pitkin County Sheriff and the Board of County Commissioners will face off, answering questions from the public and the media. Supporters from the Helping from the Heart campaign also will answer questions, as will proponents and opponents of the effort to nix the City Council’s approval of a recycling center next to Rio Grande Park.Members of the public are encouraged to attend and bring questions. Audience members need to show up 15 minutes before the forum they want to attend. Questions can also be e-mailed to more information, call GrassRoots TV at 925-8000. The forums will be held in the GrassRoots TV studio in the Red Brick Arts Center on Hallam Avenue in Aspen.The Squirm Night schedule:5-5:30 p.m. – Health and human service funding5:45-6:15 p.m. – Recycling center6:30-7:30 p.m. – Pitkin County Sheriff candidates Bob Braudis and Rick Magnuson7:45-8:30 p.m. – County commissioner candidates Rachel Richards and Jim True8:45-9:30 p.m. – County commissioner candidates Patti Clapper and Tim Mooney

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