A quick note to applaud Paul Andersen’s column on elders and Spellbinders. It is a treat for those of us average over-60s Pitkin Count residents/Aspenites to read something that “tells the story” of how we actually live our lives in help to others.
The good life here is made up of so much more than athletics, the outdoors and the cultural activities. For those of us first-home owners, the quality of the lives of all of our neighbors matters as we hope ours do to them ” especially those of the children and elders in our community. Well done!
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: The Colorado Department of Transportation gives Aspen’s roundabout a poor grade in terms of level of service so it’s thinking about making changes. But first, a study or two must be done.