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Letter: Aspen’s traffic problem

A rather simple solution to a large problem may be overcome merely by enlarging the dog-poop bags sufficient to contain the dog’s owner, as well. Then arrange for a daily pick-up to the Pitkin County Landfill.

Since “scrape-aways” are now part of the local real estate lexicon, the former owner’s residence is “scraped-away,” leaving desired open space and eventually reducing Aspen’s population to a manageable level once again.

Homer Jones


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