Welcome to Valley Roundup – a review of the top news stories in the valley in the past week.
This week, development can often seem like three-dimensional chess – we’ll get the latest on Mark Hunt’s lodging plans for Aspen.
A wider runway is on the horizon for the Aspen Pitkin County Airport. But, if citizens need to vote on it would it get approved?
Rifle remembers the life of Air Force Captain William DuBois as he is laid to rest.
Glenwood Springs will get a review of air quality near downtown.
Could an antique chair lift derail Aspen Mountain’s world cup racing plans?
How many weed shops are too many… one… six… sixteen?
And, I’ll have a conversation with a familiar name in the valley, and voice you hear often on this program, who is taking a leadership role in the Aspen Public Radio news room.
Joining me this week are Curtis Wackerle, Managing Editor of the Aspen Daily News and Randy Essex, Editor of the Glenwood Post Independent.
This Week’s Topics:
Mark Hunt plans stalled?
Airport plan gets early approval
Captain DuBois laid to rest
Glenwood Air Quality Survey
Old ski lift and the world cup?
More Ski town weed shops and the perception issue
New way to get to the front range and back
Carolyn Sackariason to join Aspen Public Radio as News Director