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Aspen officials should come see gallery

To the rich, the super rich and the many pretentious players in Aspen, in Snowmass Village and in other American ski-resort towns, by invitation only on Sunday, April 8, at Christie’s Los Angeles in Beverly Hills, California, there is a private viewing of the collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller.

Perhaps Aspen Mayor Steve Skadron, Snowmass Village Mayor Markey Butler, Pitkin County Commissioner Rachel Richards, Aspen Skiing Co. CEO Mike Kaplan and other pillars of the community have their invitations to this special event?

Surely they are the “Who’s Who In America” and of polite society.

By the way, Christie’s Los Angeles was headed in the past by a well-known connected upper-class embezzler in Los Angeles high-society circles whose social stauts keeps her at the top and in her Bel-Air digs. No downfall for her.

Emzy Veazy III

Burbank, Calif., and Aspen

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