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For your consideration

— History teaches us, we’ve learned nothing from history. Get him!

— I’m thrilled Mark Hunt finished the Chase Bank building, as we need it to house all the new money here.

Millard Zimet is right — housing in town, city and county buildings at the Lumberyard (letters, April 11, The Aspen Times). Also, un-deed restrict all housing.

— Loved seeing Hildur Anderson in front of the Little Red Schoolhouse in the Jan. 6 article (“New chapter for Little Red Schoolhouse”). I was lucky enough to teach with this amazing lady.

Ruth Harrison


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