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Mountain Edition - January 15th, 2015

Good afternoon and welcome to Mountain Edition.

Aspen’s City Council decides to join the statewide switch to mail-in ballots, while City officials continue to review a handful of proposed hotels.

The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority tries to make sure commuters have enough parking.

And Gay Ski Week kicks off in the Upper Valley with a mission to fundraise.

Residents in a Rifle mobile home park report diesel in their water.

Basalt police continue the search for a robbery suspect.

And, Glenwood’s City Council considers more development at Glenwood Meadows.

We hear about what it’s like sculpting snow, plus a new distillery in Carbondale where you can spend the night.

Finally, Governor John Hickenlooper officially starts his second term.

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