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Letter: Pricey parking payroll

Them rich Aspen folks just hired a parking manager for $89,000 per year. I don’t know what his job is about, but I’ll bet he doesn’t even park cars unless he gets tips.

I guess that’s the going rate. The garage manager in Snowmass gets $80 per hour.

I should have taken Parking 101 at Drexel University.

Richard C. Goodwin

Snowmass Village

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