Build and let live: 40 years of affordable housing in Aspen

“We totally invented the concept of a dual market: a second, more affordable pool of housing that would be traded among local residents and that would be insulated from market forces.”

Who owns employee housing in Pitkin County?

A list of the owners of all of the ownership units under the jurisdiction of the Aspen Pitkin County Housing Authority shows what buyers paid for their unit, when they bought it, and what it’s worth as of May 2014.

Petition circling for multi-purpose public building

A Smuggler Park resident has gathered “several hundred signatures” on a petition that asks Aspen City Council to consider a multi-purpose community center as the best use for the soon-to-be-vacated Aspen Art Museum building.

Public land users react to BLM proposal

The BLM is asking the region’s users of roads and trails across public lands for one last comment on proposed changes in land-use regulations by the public-comment deadline of April 27.

Motorized travel restricted in new BLM proposal

The proposed revision represents a change in emphasis for the BLM, away from the historic “open lands” emphasis, under which travel on federal lands was only loosely controlled.