Letter: Some TLC for Redstone
The Redstone Inn plays a significant role in the lives of those of us who live in and support the historic, cultural and recreational assets of the Crystal River Valley. The Redstone Inn continues to serve as a Crystal Valley center for meetings and activities related to commercial interests, the Coke Oven’s site, the Elk Park development, the preservation of Redstone’s historic qualities and a welcoming meeting site for local groups and civic, nonprofit and governmental agencies throughout the region.
Of course, the 100-plus year-old nationally recognized historic town and facilities need some tender loving care. Perhaps, instead of offering only criticism, one might offer support and ideas for volunteer projects, fundraising and/or grants needed to restore, upgrade and maintain the community and the places we love in Redstone.
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