Letter: Get current on Snowmass happenings
Get current on Snowmass happenings
A reminder to all Snowmass Village part- and full-time residents: The town of Snowmass Village Part-Time Residents’ Advisory Board is hosting its annual summer meeting from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. today in the Snowmass Village Town Hall Council Chambers.
Informative and thought-provoking presentations and a Q&A will include opening comments by Mayor Bill Boineau, the state of Snowmass Village by Town Manager Russ Forrest, the town’s new website and town survey by town communications director Kelly Vaughn, an update on Base Village, the Snowmass Mall and Snowmass Center by Dwayne Romero, president of Related Colorado; an Ice Age Discovery update by John Rigney, vice president of sales and marketing for Aspen Skiing Co., and chairman of the Ice Age Discovery board, and Tom Cardamone, executive director of Ice Age Discovery Committee; a preview of summer activities in Snowmass by Fred Brodsky, interim director of Snowmass Tourism and director of group sales; a fire safety and summer-fall wildfire update by John Mele, deputy chief and fire marshal of the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District. Closing out the meeting will be an update on the operations and future plans for the Westin, Wildwood and Snowmass Conference Center by David Wasserman, managing partner and principal of the Westin Resort/Wasserman Real Estate Capital.
Following the meeting there will be a reception hosted by Snowmass Tourism to which all are invited. It will be held in the Vue Lounge & Patio at the Westin Hotel from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m..
The Part-Time Residents’ Advisory Board and Snowmass Tourism are looking forward to greeting all of you at this exciting and informative community meeting and reception.
Mel D. Blumenthal
Chairman, Snowmass Village Part-Time Residents Advisory Board.
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Poor Elizabeth Milias, if she were a local, she’d know. (“The ‘L’ word,” commentary, Jan. 16, The Aspen Times)