Why’s Fat Albert alive?
Dear Editor:The bears may close Aspen’s favorite local restaurant, and they have invaded the house of our county assessor. What’s going on with the Colorado Division of Wildlife? They had “Fat Albert” in the sights in Tom’s house and shot him with rubber bullets. Where were the real bullets for this known problem bear?After this summer, the bears are emboldened. Next summer there could be serious consequences. It usually takes the Colorado Department of Transportation three deaths in the same location on the highway to put up a stoplight or section of guardrail. How many deaths is it going to take to get the Division of Wildlife to really do something?Ron ThompsonAspen
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