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There’s still time to weigh in on Aspen community plan

Aspen Times staff report
Aspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN – The City of Aspen and Pitkin County recently held keypad voting sessions at the Wheeler Opera House, where roughly 160 participants shared their thoughts on about 20 questions related to the Aspen Area Community Plan update. Results of those “clicker sessions” are available online at

The sessions were held Nov. 15-17, but the session on Nov. 16 experienced a technical difficulty and participants did not get a chance to give their input. While an extra session was added the following day, the city and county have now put the questions from the clicker sessions into an online survey.

“It is our hope that we can get more community feedback this way, but we do hope that those who attended a session do not also take the survey online,” said Jessica Garrow, city long-range planner, in a press release. “We would like for the online survey to be a tool for those who could not be in attendance.”

The online survey takes about 30 minutes to complete and is accessible from, and at

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