Good afternoon, it’s Mountain Edition.
The Director of Aspen’s Development Office is leaving to start a private firm.
RFTA and its bus drivers are negotiating wages.
We say goodbye to a major figure in Aspen’s art community.
The Carbondale Street Cat Coalition continues its work of trapping cats and adopting them out.
A revamped veterans memorial angers some former service members.
We get a feel for a gritty Theatre Aspen production edited for young actors.
And hear from Battlement Mesa residents who aren’t sure if they can find another place to live.
That’s all coming up on Mountain Edition.