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Where to go to the polls on TuesdayASPEN City voters head for the polls Tuesday to cast ballots for mayor and City Council, as well as several other issues. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.Election results will be available Tuesday evening at http://www.aspentimes/com as the votes are tallied.Heres where to vote:Precinct 1: This precinct begins on the eastern edge of the city and extends into the East End neighborhoods. The boundaries are east of the Roaring Fork River to the city limits; north of the Roaring Fork River and Main Street, and west to Mill Street. Polling place: Former Aspen Youth Center, 455 Rio Grande Place.Precinct 2: This precinct covers all of downtown, south of Main Street and west of the Roaring Fork River. It also includes the neighborhood on the south side of Main Street to the base of Aspen and Shadow mountains. It extends west to Castle Creek, south of Main Street. Polling place: St. Mary Catholic Church, 533 E. Main St.Precinct 3: This precinct is generally north of Rio Grande Park and to the base of Red and Smuggler mountains, including Hunter Creek and Centennial. The boundary to the south is Gibson Avenue. The boundary from the west is Mill Street. Polling place: Community Housing, 701 Independence Place.Precinct 4: Precinct 4 is primarily the West End neighborhood from Mill Street to Castle Creek, and the territory around Cemetery Lane and Truscott, all north of Highway 82. It ends at Maroon Creek on the north side of Highway 82. Polling place: Crossroads Church of Aspen, 726 W. Francis St.Precinct 5: This area encompasses neighborhoods west of Maroon Creek. On the north side of Highway 82, Precinct 5 includes the ABC and Burlingame. South of Highway 82, it includes the Buttermilk and Highlands areas, as well as the neighborhoods along Maroon and Castle creeks. Polling place: Crossroads Church of Aspen, 726 W. Francis St.
CMC finds niche with Spanish classesGLENWOOD SPRINGS School finds niche with Spanish classes for employersColorado Mountain College may have found a niche by offering language classes to employers.Last fall, the city of Glenwood Springs paid for customized Spanish classes for its employees. Target recently provided English classes for employees and Spanish classes to supervisors. Other employers including some hotels in Aspen also have paid for the classes.Classes go for eight weeks, with one two-hour class per week. The cost varies depending on the class size. CMC also provides free English classes on campus through grant money. (Glenwood Springs Post Independent)
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