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Letter: Do as I say, not as I do

There are Uber drivers and others who operate under that disguise roaming the streets of Aspen. There are I don’t know how many of the free shuttles that are free for the passengers and very expensive for the taxpayer. Good Lord — it was about five years ago that I was within 12 hours of facing a trial by jury that could have given me a $150,000 fine and 15 years in prison for not having a business license and giving free rides. I think it is quite funny. Seems like my very bad and naughty idea was a good idea for Aspen and the city attorney.

I sure hope that they get a different crew of thinkers to solve the automobile problem in the Roaring Fork Valley.

Philip Sullivan



Woody Creek


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