Valley Roundup, March 24, 2017
Welcome to Valley Roundup. I’m Carolyn Sackariason.
The Aspen Chamber Resort Association moved its candidate forum to a new place because one mayoral candidate is banned from the original venue.
And the Pitkin County commissioners are getting some heat for taking out a full page ad in the local newspapers aimed at the Trump family.
The World Cup finals are over and the International Ski Federation is telling the Aspen Skiing Co. that it’s time to get a new chairlift.
And that will be up for discussion on Monday when Aspen City Council reviews the controversial Gorsuch Haus Hotel proposal, which includes a new lift.
In Glenwood Springs, there’s an election on April 4.
And with J.C. Penney closing, there’s not much left at the Glenwood Mall.
Finally, the historical society in Glenwood was duped out of $84,000 when it bought what it thought was Doc Holliday’s gun.