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Letter: Enough of Clinton, Bush, Ireland

It is time for young, new ideas locally and nationally. Since Aspen’s election is the most immediate, this is about no more Mick Ireland in City Council.

It was Mayor Ireland who guided the vote for the Aspen Art Museum. Whether you love it or hate it, there was zero employee housing mitigation, zero parking mitigation — besides taking parking spaces away permently — and other setbacks and height issues. So, to elect the guy who speaks jabberwocky about all the alleged variances for parking and housing as being a terrible negative, look what he does and not what he says.

It is time for fresh ideas and honesty. Actions speak louder than jabberwocky.

Lorrie B. Winnerman


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