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The Observer - September 2011

September 7, 2011
Aspen - Council agrees on advisory status for AACP, Lift One Lodge receives P&Z blessing, Development activity up sharply this summer, City moving ahead with tax on housing rentals, Benton Building, Little Annie’s OK’d for demolition, Chabad Aspen renews plans for center on Main Street, Boomerang approval challenged in court, Fornell affordable housing approved,  Aspen Walk shrinks, June retail and lodging sales up sharply,  Local Community Banks sold, American Airlines enticed with cash, marketing incentives, Wheeler renovation on schedule, over budget, Wheeler renovation on schedule, over budget, Homeowners association sues over smoking tenant, and more...

Basalt - Pan and Fork’s days are numbered, Gun range noise mitigation postponed, Senior community planned in Basalt, June sales rise in Basalt, Basalt OKs bag fee, Resident allowed to keep chickens

Snowmass Village - New roundabouts top capital plan in Snowmass Village, Life a little less sweet in Base Village

Pitkin County - Assessed value of Pitkin County dives, Assessed value of Pitkin County dives, County eases rules for ag buildings, Appraisal indicates open space purchase was a good deal, Redstone hydroelectric plant nominated as “endangered”, Redstone hydroelectric plant nominated as “endangered”

Downvalley and beyond - Final vote on Carbondale mall development imminent, Strang Ranch to host sheep dog finals, Strang Ranch to host sheep dog finals

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