Letter: Thank goodness for Andy Stone
Thank goodness for Andy Stone! He expresses the thoughts of longtime locals far better than most people could, while always using humor. His column regarding greed being a natural disaster was truly on point (“Aspen and natural disasters (is greed a natural disaster?)” Nov. 11), as were his clever references to Aspen’s latest greed monger, “Superstorm Marky Mark.” It seems clear that the land-use code needs to be rewritten to reflect the views of the majority of Aspen’s voters (see the past three election results). Keep up the good work, Andy!
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