Pitkin County Government

6:33pm

Sun March 9, 2014
APR Local News

Pitkin County Surveys Residents

Credit Pitkin County

 

Pitkin County wants to know what residents think about a variety of issues, such as rural internet access. Several hundred locals received surveys in the mail in recent weeks, the county will make results public tomorrow, Tuesday March 11th. To learn more, Aspen Public Radio’s Elise Thatcher spoke with County spokesman Pat Bingham. She started by asking  Bingham what the main goal of the survey is.

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2:36pm

Tue October 8, 2013
USA Pro Challenge

Fewer Road Closures for Bike Race Next Year?

One of many road closures in Aspen during the 2013 USA Pro Challenge.
Elise Thatcher

The USA Pro Challenge finished just over a month ago, and planning for next year’s edition has already begun. Aspen plans to apply to host the race again in 2014... and officials have started looking at whether to improve on how things went during the 2013 edition of the race. Discussions range from road closures to conversations with international cycling officials in Europe.

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3:32pm

Fri October 4, 2013

7:22pm

Tue September 10, 2013
The Valley

Pitkin Commissioners Start Tackling Pot Decisions

Pitkin County Commissioner Steve Child, far right, voices support for moving forward with allowing retail marijuana in Pitkin County.
Elise Thatcher

Colorado is the first state to finalize the details on how to regulate recreational marijuana. The rules came out Monday, September 9th.  Here in the Roaring Fork Valley, the Pitkin County Commission is taking some early steps for figuring out how to work out recreational… or so-called “retail”... marijuana. They met yesterday, Tuesday September 10th, to explore what comes first.

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