Basalt Government en Valley Roundup - February 21st, 2014 <p>Good afternoon and welcome to Valley Roundup, a review of the week’s top news stories in Aspen and beyond.</p><p>Carolyn Sackariason, from the Aspen Daily News and Andy Stone from the Aspen Times, join us today.</p><p>This week, the evolving story about relocating residents of the Pan and Fork trailer park in Basalt.&nbsp; Eight families remain and their communications with the town are deteriorating.</p><p>In Aspen, a proposed Habitat For Humanity project moves forward.&nbsp;</p><p>And following a bus crash last year, attorneys start digging into the safety record of the Roaring Fork Transit Authority.</p><p>Also today, we talk today with a senior political reporter at <em>Politico</em> about a meeting next week in Colorado of high-end Republican party donors.&nbsp; Organized by a supporter of gay marriage, these GOP donors want to reshape the direction of the party.</p><p>And, on the download with Rob St. Mary – How the web makes it easy to financially support public radio.</p><p>It's all on this week’s Valley Roundup.</p><p> Fri, 21 Feb 2014 22:28:00 +0000 Roger Adams & Rob St. Mary 14618 at Valley Roundup - February 21st, 2014 Valley Roundup - November 1st, 2013 <p>Welcome to Valley Roundup, a review of the week’s top news stories in the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond.</p><p>Carolyn Sackariason and Andy Stone join us to discuss the election next Tuesday. Its an off year with ballots full of tax increase proposals.</p><p>Displaced residents from a Basalt trailer park show up en masse to a meeting with town officials. The mood was one of anger.</p><p>The dog operation called Krabloonik stumbles again as the general manager quits and Little Annie's reopens.</p><p>On the Download, the Ski Butlers go mobile and more scary ways to improve your brain functions.</p><p>Its all head on today’s Valley Roundup.</p><p> Fri, 01 Nov 2013 22:21:37 +0000 Roger Adams & Rob St. Mary 9715 at Valley Roundup - November 1st, 2013 Mountain Edition - October 24th, 2013 <p>It’s election time and we’re taking a look at issues on the November ballot and what they could mean for a voter’s tax bill. First, there’s a statewide income tax increase for public schools.</p><p>And, there’s a local proposal to build a rec center in the Mid-Valley. Supporters say will enhance the community, while critics say it would mean hundreds more in property taxes for homeowners.</p><p>Basalt residents are being asked to redevelop land along the Roaring Fork River. The plan forces out more than a hundred people from a trailer park.</p><p>Finally, we’ll hear the latest weather forecast for the coming winter… there’s good news, and bad news.</p><p> Thu, 24 Oct 2013 21:38:35 +0000 Elise Thatcher & Marci Krivonen 9335 at Mountain Edition - October 24th, 2013