Dear Editor:No summer can be called great without remembering at least some of the events that made it so. Happy kids and baseball are at the center of good thoughts carrying me into fall, wishing that they can be replicated in balmy days to come. The Roaring Fork Baseball Camp is an outstanding program tailored to serve this communitys youth. Many thanks need to go out to all the people who sponsor and organize this wonderful event. My list is not inclusive, but it is the best I can do with a mind registering too many miles on the cerebral odometer. The festivities are not possible without the likes of Chuck Frias at Frias Properties, Coates, Reid and Waldron Realtors, Dominos Pizza, Mark Campisi, Boogie Weinglass, Leah Moriarty at B.J. Adams & Co., Steve Martin at New York Life and, of course, Stump Morehead (yes, that is his name, although strangers call him Ron for reasons unknown to me) with the Aspen Skiing Co. at Four Mountain Sports.I hope all will continue to swing for the fences on behalf of our kids.Roger Maroltcoach, Snowmass Village Bees
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Onsite parking won out over a Turkish bath at a new lodge planned to be built across from City Market. Aspen’s elected officials didn’t want to burden the neighborhood with offsite parking for the new hotel.