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The Observer - November 2011

November 8, 2011
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Aspen - City amends hydroelectric plant application, CEO Kaplan calls for more new lodging, Developer pushes for demolition of Benton Building, Lodge at Aspen Mountain officially dead, Geothermal drilling moves ahead over neighborhood objections, Aspen Walk still not walking, Aspen, Carbondale won’t let you bag it, Forest Service may sell lots in West End, Free buses remain between Aspen and Snowmass, Sales picture in Aspen improving, Snowmass, Buttermilk tops in snowboarder poll, Chamber kills Wintersköl slogan, Polo championships set for Rio Grande Park, “Before Aspen” theme at center of Skico marketing, Aspen to pocket $250K on affordable housing sale, and more...

Snowmass Village - Skico, Centurion among Base Village bidders, Snowmass explores sister city relationship with Japanese resort, Base Village receiver sues project builders, and more...


Basalt -  Town council backs off rental restrictions, Whole Foods building includes prime retail spots, Fowl play still allowed in Basalt, Basalt considers riverfront investment, Business activity up in Basalt, and more...

Pitkin County - Senators call for slowdown of Thompson Divide drilling, New state law strips homeowners of agriculture tax breaks, County presses developer on tax break, Commissioners: Lenado preservation plan not ready, County opposes Air Force training plan,  Victim’s relatives urge trial for inspectors, Pitkin County homeowners are “energy smart”est, and more...

Downvalley - Carbondale voters to decide controversial amendment, Garfield County gravel pit expansion scrapped, and more...


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