The Ridiculous Continues |

The Ridiculous Continues

Some of the school board’s support for the superintendent.

Seat belts removed from the buses.

The parking regulations.

No tickets for going through stop signs, not using blinkers and speeding.

The Saturday Market is an arts and craft fair; call it what it is.

Perhaps not allowing sandwich boards.

Park Avenue not being one way.

$75,000 for a consultant for uphill recreation, seriously!

Construction on Mill Street every year.

Calling Aspen a community.

Once again, the mobility lab — we can’t even keep that the same — now called Shift Aspen.

Destroying the taxi cab business.

I love to drive and will continue to do so.

Ruth Harrison


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