Valley Roundup for Oct. 6, 2017

Oct 5, 2017


Welcome to Valley Roundup. I’m Carolyn Sackariason.

The former executive director of the Red Brick Center for the Arts is under investigation for allegedly stealing upwards of $150,000. Now the city of Aspen has taken over the finances of the nonprofit during the District Attorney’s Office’s probe.

Ex-director of 
Red Brick is 
suspected of theftRed Brick probe raises red flags for Aspen City Council membersCity of Aspen, DA probe underway into Red Brick embezzlementBoard president of the Red Brick addresses its tenants



And this investigation is the latest in a long line of embezzlement and money misappropriation cases among private businesses, nonprofits and government entities in the Roaring Fork Valley. Hundreds of white collar thefts have occurred over the years.

Cops: Aspen office manager steals $660k from sister

Also, a popular hiking area in Carbondale will soon have its own dedicated open space area for outdoor enthusiasts.

Carbondale gets shot at preserving Red Hill access

The Glenwood Springs City Council is moving forward with a plan to develop an area at the confluence of the Roaring Fork and Colorado rivers.

Council formally adopts confluence plan

A local judge recently ruled that the local government is not financially responsible for a deteriorating affordable housing complex. Here to talk about this issue are Curtis Wackerle, editor of the Aspen Daily News and Roger Marolt, columnist for the Aspen Times and the Snowmass Sun.


Judge tosses key claims in Centennial suitCentennial suit puts deed restrictions to the test