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Meeting set on Lift One master planning

Aspen Times Staff Report
Aspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN ” Community members charged with the task of creating a master plan for the Lift One neighborhood at the base of Aspen Mountain want to share their thoughts with the public.

An open house will be held Tuesday, Aug. 12, from 12 to 1 p.m. in City Council Chambers at Aspen City Hall, 130 S. Galena St.

Perhaps the last significant “hole” in the development donut of Aspen, the Lift One neighborhood planning process is of high importance to the city of Aspen, its citizens and its visitors, officials said.

The group is looking the need for lodging in the area; where the lift should be positioned; how Aspen’s skiing history could be showcased at the site; what the neighborhood interests are; and a host of other development-related issues.

For more information on the open house and the Lift One process, contact Travis Coggin, project assistant, at 429-2751 or visit http://www.aspenpitkin.com and click on “Lift One Neighborhood Master Plan.”


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