Letter: Join the lodging land use discussion
October 26, 2014
Join the lodging land use discussion
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. Help us address and identify your concerns around a declining and outdated bed base in Aspen, including how and if to address this problem.
The city will host two days of small group meetings to gain your comments and feedback on this issue. All meetings will be at the Aspen Fire Station meeting room with light refreshments. Please RSVP to attend one of these sessions:
When: Tuesday and Wednesday
Times: 9 to 10 a.m.; 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.; 12 to 1 p.m.; 3 to 4 p.m.
RSVP is required — email Djama at Djama.Martin@cityofaspen.com and list your top two meeting choices. We'll do our best to accommodate your first choice.
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Can't attend but have comments on lodging? Visit Open City Hall on http://www.AspenPitkin.com starting Tuesday to provide comments and complete a short survey.
Your comments and feedback will be used by City Council as they consider 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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