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Letter: Help shape land use code

The community is invited to share its opinions about lodging in Aspen. The city is contemplating changes to the land-use code to encourage upgrades to Aspen’s lodging bed base, and we want to hear from you! Help us address and identify your concerns around a declining and outdated bed base in Aspen, including how and if to address this problem. Visit Open City Hall on http://www.aspenpitkin.com to provide your comments and complete a short survey. Your comments and feedback will be used by the City Council as it considers changes to the land-use code related to Aspen’s bed base.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Chris Bendon, City of Aspen community development director

Jessica Garrow, City of Aspen long range planner

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