Snowmass book writers to request town funding |

Snowmass book writers to request town funding

Jill Beathard
Snowmass Sun
Aspen CO Colorado

SNOWMASS VILLAGE – The Snowmass Village Town Council has a brief regular meeting scheduled Monday.

Residents working on “The Story of Snowmass,” a history of the town, will request a grant of $30,000 from the town to assist with publication and completion of the book, which is in its final design stage. Funds are needed to cover the cost of printing in time for this winter.

Owners of a Rodeo Place housing unit will request an extension on the time allotted for them to sell their residential home in Basalt.

The Snowmass Club will appear before the council a second time to request an extension of its vested rights to develop additional employee housing. The council approved the request on first reading two weeks ago. It voted then to extend the rights for five years, but that could be changed in a second discussion.

The council also will vote on a second reading of the amended 2012 fiscal budget.

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