Reserve your right to vote |

Reserve your right to vote

The most controversial aspect of the Aspen trolley project is that we, as citizens, were never allowed to vote on it. Reserve your right to vote!

Please attend the April 8, 5 p.m. City Council meeting and ask the council to put this to a public vote. If unable to attend, please sign the petition at the Explore Booksellers store or call your council person.

Terry Paulson

Aspen City Council

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