Letter: Petition against Ordinance 19 | AspenTimes.com

Letter: Petition against Ordinance 19

We are organizing against Ordinance 19 because we oppose 60-foot-tall buildings, a reduction of affordable-housing requirements, loss of downtown parking spaces, millions of dollars in fee waivers — the cost of which to taxpayers city staff cannot even quantify — and the right to convert lodges to condominiums in five, 10 or 20 years. If you support us, please sign our petition. We will be near City Market from noon until 6 p.m. Our deadline is Sept. 2, so please sign in the next few days. Email bert@myrin.com or jcav.oleary@gmail.com, or call Bert at 970-925-8645 or Cavanaugh at 970-920-4969, and one of us will bring a petition to you to sign.

Bert Myrin and Cavanaugh O’Leary


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