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11:25am

Thu November 14, 2013
Basalt

Construction Could Start on Facility for Seniors in 2015

Basalt Town Council approved a continuing care retirement community near the high school. Now, the non profit behind the project is ramping up marketing.
Credit Design Workshop

Now that the Basalt Town Board has green-lighted a senior housing facility, marketing efforts to reach area seniors will ramp up. The non-profit behind the Continuing Care Retirement Community wants to start building in 2015. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen reports.

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10:00am

Thu November 14, 2013
APR Local News

Carbondale Energy Conference Tackles Funding, Opportunities

State Senator Gail Schwartz
Elise Thatcher

Colorado is more energy efficient than any of its neighboring states… and it’s one of the most efficient in the Intermountain West. But federal money is running out for some programs, and organizations across the state are looking for new ways to fund initiatives they say are making a difference. That was one theme at a conference in Carbondale on Wednesday, November 13th.

Reporter: The event was organized by Clean Energy Economy for the Region, or CLEER. Attendees came from across the state gathered in town hall for the event...

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3:28pm

Wed November 13, 2013
CrossCurrents

CrossCurrents - Literature Out Loud

Literature Out Loud is a program of storytelling for adults presented by the Pitkin County Library. Guests are Janice Estey, Program coordinator and Lee Sullivan, a local actor and frequent reader at Literature Out Loud.

9:55am

Wed November 13, 2013
Energy Efficiency

New "Green" Codes for Builders, Developers in Snowmass Village

Starting December 1st, builders in Snowmass Village will have to follow a new set of rules that aim to make commercial buildings more energy efficient.
Credit Creative Commons/Flickr/U.S. Army Environmental Command

New building codes meant to make commercial buildings in Snowmass Village greener, are set to take effect December 1st. The codes come after a report in 2009 showed the resort emitted six times more greenhouse gases than the national average. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports.

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6:00am

Tue November 12, 2013
Public Transportation

Study: Roaring Fork Valley Bus Service Worth the Investment

An independent study shows RFTA is saving Roaring Fork Valley residents $50 million.
Credit Facebook/RFTA

Residents of the Roaring Fork Valley are saving millions of dollars thanks to the local bus system. That's the conclusion of an independent assessment. It says RFTA’s service reduces commute times, increases public safety and cuts down on the number of car miles traveled per year. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen reports.

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