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A monument to Aspen egos

In response to Phyllis Bronson’s May 25 letter (“Aspen Art Museum stoked political flames,” The Aspen Times), the Aspen Art Museum building is a product of enormous and unchecked egos. Some of them are associated with the Aspen Art Museum. Others have been associated with city government.

When egos are permitted to override thoughtful planning and adherence to established processes, one prime result sits at Hyman and Spring. But there are others.

Maurice Emmer


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