Recent ‘news’ developments
August 13, 2018
Donald Trump still president; Generalisimo Francisco Franco still dead; Chicago exceeds Klan in eliminating black people; Sen. Dianne Chinastein still on Intelligence Committee; APCHA cheats applaud new penalty schedule; city manager celebrates 87th year in office; City Council acquires sense of humor; City Council embraces new humility policy; City Council adopts austerity budget; Aspen Institute welcomes conservatives; Carl Heck writes three-sentence letter; Fred Malo writes cogent letter; city, RFTA and Skico environmental measures completely offset carbon production of Chinese coal fired power plants; plastic disappears from ocean due to Aspen bag and straw rules.
Further developments next week.
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- Historic Redstone Castle comes back to life along the Crystal River
- Aspen Skiing Co. alters dog hours for uphillers at Buttermilk, Snowmass and Highlands
- Aspen Mountain opens for the season with 180 acres of skiable terrain
- Strafe Outerwear and Thai eatery on Snowmass Mall this winter, added employee housing in the works
- Former Aspenite Devon Meyers and family lose home in Malibu fire