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3:38pm

Thu October 24, 2013
Mountain Edition

Mountain Edition - October 24th, 2013

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.

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.

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.

Finally, we’ll hear the latest weather forecast for the coming winter… there’s good news, and bad news.

8:35am

Thu October 24, 2013
APR Local News

Basalt Area Homeowners Could See Biggest Tax Increase If Ballot Measures Pass

Credit discoveryspringtexas.com

 We’ve reported this week, starting Monday October 21st, on the various tax increases proposed in measures in next month’s election.  If all of them and Amendment 66 pass it could be one of the most expensive recent elections for many mid-valley voters.  The question is how expensive

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8:34am

Thu October 24, 2013
APR Local News

Winter Forecast: Snowy, Dry, Snowy Again

Aspen, Spring 2013.
Credit Elise Thatcher

The winter outlook is mixed. Although some are saying the wet fall could mean lots of snow in the coming months, a National Weather Service forecaster says there might also be some dry spells. Aspen Public Radio’s Elise Thatcher talks with GJ National Weather Service forecaster Joe Ramey. He says this winter might be very familiar.

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3:27pm

Wed October 23, 2013
CrossCurrents

CrossCurrents - Hub Aspen

Gordon Bronson and Michael Edinger, founders of Hub Aspen, a business incubator space they are hoping to launch in downtown Aspen.

www.hubaspen.com

10:39am

Wed October 23, 2013
APR Local News

Question 2B: Basalt Voters Mull Whether to Free Up Funds for Riverfront Park

Basalt Town Manager Mike Scanlon stands near some of the mobile homes slated for removal. Voters are deciding whether to approve a measure that would free up funds to build a park where the trailers currently sit.
Credit Marci Krivonen

This week we’ve been reporting on some of the tax measures that are on the November ballot. One question Basalt voters will see concerns the restoration of the Roaring Fork River running through town. Question 2B seeks permission from voters to issue $5 million worth of bonds. The dollars would help move along a project that began with the removal of mobile homes in danger of flooding. Opponents of the measure says it’s rife with problems. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen reports.

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