A coalition is forming to address the lack of affordable childcare. The government and local employers are looking at ways to subsidize programs so childcare is within reach for local families.
Embattled Burlingame Ranch resident Lee Mulcahy has a few more days left before he’s officially evicted from his deed restricted home due to delays in the purchase contract.
What have you done for us lately APCHA? That is a question that some board members of the agency that controls 3,000-plus deed restricted units cannot answer.
The plan is coming together on how to use the city of Aspen’s newly created tobacco tax revenue toward prevention, education and cessation programs.
The Aspen Institute will for the first time in its history contribute to the affordable housing inventory by offering to buy housing credits for its new Herbert Bayer center.
It looks like an Aspen woman will be able to stay in the apartment she has owned for 28 years after litigating with the Aspen-Pitkin County Housing Authority.
Pitkin County Sheriff Joe DiSalvo has to protect his deputy’s parking spaces in Galena Plaza once again. The city of Aspen has a conceptual plan that would move the spaces onto Main Street
Can the gravel pit in Woody Creek serve as an option for the city’s water storage? The city of Aspen is about to find out with an approved feasibility study.
Aspen’s housing authority looks to take possession of controversial Burlingame house later this month
The housing authority that oversees 3,000 units in the upper valley has taken steps to buy the home that is occupied by embattled resident Lee Mulcahy, who was found in violation of the rules for not working the required amount of hours in the community.
City of Aspen officials are considering allowing police vehicles to be parked in front of the courthouse on Main Street rather than Galena Plaza.
Just over 7.7 million vehicles traveled in and out of Aspen in 2019, which is 10.9 percent lower than the 1993 target. That’s because the city and regional partners spend millions of dollars on alternative transit option aimed at getting people out of their cars.
The city of Aspen is moving forward with the second phase of planning to build another 79 affordable housing units at Burlingame Ranch, a municipal government-developed residential subdivision across from Buttermilk. Aspen City Council last...
Aspen housing authority adopts confidentiality policy after mistakenly releasing man’s personal information
The Aspen-Pitkin County Housing Authority board passed a resolution Wednesday that sets a confidentiality policy on releasing personal information of those who live in the agency’s 3,000 units. The policy, which was approved unanimously, is...
Members of the public cried foul Wednesday evening in front of the Aspen-Pitkin County Housing Authority for any potential negotiating it is doing with Lee Mulcahy, a Burlingame Ranch resident who was found out of compliance with the rules of the program and is facing eviction.
Officials representing the city of Aspen have a clearer sense of what they should be working on on behalf of the community for 2020 now that elected officials have held their second retreat in less than a year.
Two hotels on Main Street will be razed and replaced at the same time. The Hotel Aspen will be under construction beginning this fall, with the Molly Gibson following after.
Some elected officials representing the city of Aspen and Pitkin County said they support negotiating with embattled affordable-housing resident Lee Mulcahy, who is facing eviction from his Burlingame Ranch home. Pitkin County Manager Jon Peacock...
Officials representing the Aspen-Pitkin County Housing Authority board and county government have been in backchannel conversations with Lee Mulcahy, a Burlingame Ranch resident who is facing eviction. They have discussed giving him more money for...
Almost half of the $430,000 in legal expenses incurred by the Aspen-Pitkin County Housing Authority in the past five years are a result of two high-profile eviction cases. Lee Mulcahy, who’s been in litigation with...
Move over cars, pedestrians will have priority at Main Street intersections once the city of Aspen takes over the timing of traffic signals at four intersections in town.