Valley Roundup - July 3rd, 2015
A Snowmass Town Councilman will likely face a felony charge for damaging infrastructure in the county jail after he was arrested for driving drunk.
The Garfield County manager left his post abruptly and officials are tight-lipped about why. Meanwhile, he received $75,000 as part of a severance package.
How likely is it that the Aspen City Council will approve a Four Seasons hotel proposal at the base of Shadow Mountain in a residential neighborhood?
Aspen celebrated the Supreme Court’s decision on gay marriage.
And despite repeated pleas from wildlife officials, some campers haven’t gotten the message to keep food in a secured container. One camper found out the hard way when a bear bit him in his tent near Ruedi Reservoir.
Guests this week are Curtis Wackerle, editor of the Aspen Daily News, Jason Auslander, reporter at The Aspen Times, Randy Essex, editor of the Glenwood Post Independent and Jill Beathered, editor of the Snowmass Sun.