Photo: Not So Fast |

Photo: Not So Fast

A forklift helps Wednesday with removal of the last of the patio that once held Aspen's Popcorn Wagon. The wagon is tucked away, adjacent to the downtown site, where planters, a fire pit and other features have been removed. The work, intended to give the patio a new look, caught the city of Aspen's attention and a stop-work order was issued. Various plans and permit applications were not filed before work began, according to a spokesman with the city engineer's office. The redevelopment did receive an OK from the Aspen Historic Preservation Commission.

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