Valley Roundup: March 2, 2018

Mar 2, 2018

This week, Alycin Bektesh is joined by Curtis Wackerle, editor for the Aspen Daily News, Jason Auslander, reporter with the Aspen Times, and Samuel Bernal, of Radio LaTricolor.    

The panel delves into a fatal accident on Highway 82.  Now, the county is pondering changes to a deadly intersection.

Also, on the housing front, Aspen is looking for greater transparency on Airbnb listings, and Basalt wants to see if a new wave of affordable housing is affecting need.  

In a different kind of market, Pitkin County pot grows approved again after lack of complaints. Does this show a change in attitudes about marijuana?

After the Parkville school shooting, local school officials discuss campus security and students plan to march.

We'll also hear an update on Sandra Lopez, the woman in sanctuary in Basalt, and an event at the Aspen Art museum meant to welcome the Hispanic community.  

All that and more...this week on Valley Roundup.