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Polling places for Tuesday’s election

Aspen Times Staff Report

The polls for Tuesday’s runoff election between City Councilman Tony Hershey and challenger Torre will open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.Aspen’s precincts and polling places are as follows:-Precinct 1, the former Aspen Youth Center, 455 Rio Grande Place. The precinct covers the east end of the city, north of Highway 82 and east of the Roaring Fork River.-Precinct 2, St. Mary’s Church at the corner of Hunter and Main streets. The precinct covers the neighborhood south of Main Street, between Castle Creek and the river.-Precinct 3, the Common Ground meeting room, located between Common Ground and the Lone Pine condominiums. The precinct encompasses various worker housing complexes, including Hunter Creek, Centennial, Williams Ranch, Lone Pine and Common Ground.-Precincts 4 and 5, First Baptist Church, 726 W. Francis St. The two precincts will share the West End polling place. Precinct 4 includes the neighborhoods north of Main Street, extending from Mill Street to Truscott Place and including the Cemetery Lane neighborhood. Precinct 5 covers neighborhoods located south of Highway 82 on the downvalley end of Aspen. It encompasses areas of the city in the Castle Creek and Maroon Creek valleys, including Castle Ridge and Aspen Highlands Village, as well as the Maroon Creek Club.