Today on CrossCurrents, Carrie Marsh, director of the Aspen office of Komen Colorado and Toni Panetta, Director of Mission Programs for Komen Colorado on the recently announced  grants to provide treatment dollars in Pitkin, Garfield and Eagle counties.

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About two dozen fire and municipal officials from the valley gathered at the Aspen Fire Station Monday morning to coordinate efforts for the coming year. The annual meeting is called a wildfire tabletop exercise. Parker Lathrop is Deputy Fire Chief with the Aspen Fire Protection District. He spoke to Aspen Public Radio’s Rob St. Mary.

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City Council incumbent Adam Frisch is at the head of the pack, when it comes to raising money for this spring election, and keeping his Council seat. Frisch raised more than $8,000 from April 10th to April 28th. That’s almost twice of the runner up, Mick Ireland.

Elise Thatcher

Earlier this week Aspen City Council approved paying for a consulting company to gather data, pinpoint the goals of the housing program, and recommend  improvements to the guidelines. The analysis begins next week. One area that will be reviewed closely is the qualification requirements for someone who wants to live in Aspen’s affordable housing program.

Marci Krivonen

Basalt Town Council Tuesday approved a “future roadmap to development” for downtown. The decision came after more than two hours of discussion and public comment.

The board voted 5-to-2 to support the resolution. Mayor Jacque Whitsitt and councilman Gary Tennenbaum voted against it.

Please join us for a Throwback Thursday APR Member Party! As Aspen Public Radio approaches its mid-thirties, let’s have some fun with the past. Bring a retro/classic photo of yourself to add to a display of other photos that take us back.  Besides, it’s a good excuse to get together for a party.

Date: Thursday, May 14

Time: 5-7pm

Where: Riverside Grill, 181 Basalt Center Cir

Ticket prices: $91.5 per couple (APR’s Aspen frequency) or $45.75 individual

Aspen City Council is getting up to speed on a time limit for how long the municipal government has to review government development projects. The city's planning department is recommending Aspen follow a mandatory 60 day time limit for ruling on a municipal development proposal. That's according to state law.

Global Dental Relief

Many residents in the Roaring Fork Valley have spent time in Nepal or have friends or family in the Himalayan country. Redstone resident Sue McEvoy happened to be there during the earthquake and is still there now. She’s with the group Global Dental Relief, a Denver-based nonprofit which provides dental care for children.

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