Snowmass council puts off request for funding |

Snowmass council puts off request for funding

Jill Beathard
Snowmass Sun
Aspen CO Colorado

SNOWMASS VILLAGE – The Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday didn’t take a vote on a funding request from those working on a history book of the town.

Councilman Fred Kucker thought it would be more appropriate for the contribution to come out of the town’s marketing fund and suggested that “The Story of Snowmass” present its request to the marketing and group sales board. Mayor Bill Boineau said he wanted to further discuss the amount of the grant, as well. The group was requesting $30,000.

The officials gave owners of a Rodeo Place home an extra year to sell their rental condo in Basalt. New owners of town housing are required to sell any other residential property that they own in the Roaring Fork Drainage within six months of closing.

The council also extended the Snowmass Club’s vesting rights for employee housing by five years and also approved amendments to the 2012 budget.

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