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Snowmass briefs: Council, Owl Creek detour, Station 45 honors

Aspen Times staff report

Five running for council, two vying for mayor

Five candidates are running for a seat on the Snowmass Village Town Council, and two will be vying for mayor.

The town last week identified the certified council candidates as Matthew Dubé, incumbent Thomas S. Goode, Britta Gustafson, Susan Marolt and Gray Warr. Two seats are up for grabs in the November election.



The mayoral candidates are Reed Lewis and incumbent Bill Madsen.

Town Council elections are held every two years. The mayor serves a two-year term, and council members each serve a four-year term. 




Election Day is from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Nov. 8. Mail ballots go out to registered voters on Oct. 17. Completed ballots may be returned via mail and at the ballot drop-box outside Snowmass Village Town Hall.

Owl Creek detour next week

Construction crews will be performing pavement work on Brush Creek Road immediately downhill of the intersection with Owl Creek Road on September 13 and 14.

Brush Creek Road will be closed at the construction area while work is completed. A detour will be in place along Owl Creek Road. Motorists and other road users must obey all traffic control measures in place.

Construction continues in the right of way along Wood Road. Temporary

Paving along Stallion Circle as part of a Snowmass Water and Sanitation Project starts Sept. 15.

Station 45 architect honored

The Roaring Fork Fire Rescue Station 45 designed by Charles Cunniffe Architects won an American Institute of Architects (AIA) Colorado Award. 

Located in Snowmass, Station 45 honors the architectural context and vernacular of its slope-side setting in a contemporary design and integrates affordable housing to respond to specific community challenges.

“Architects are in high demand as people everywhere re-examine their surroundings and raise the expectation of buildings to support health, wellness, and environmental impact,” said AIA Colorado CEO Mike Waldinger, honorary AIA, in a statement. “These awards show how firms in Colorado are accepting that challenge in bold and innovative ways.”

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