Mountain Edition - May 21st, 2015

May 21, 2015

Good afternoon, it’s Mountain Edition.

Aspen’s second lifeline to the world is up and running again, as Independence Pass reopens.

A judge dismisses a case against an elderly Carbondale driver who killed a Basalt motorcyclist.

Two Aspen City Council candidates carefully duke it out on the Aspen Public Radio airwaves.

Turns out, you cannot buy exclusive access to your condo building, especially if you share the building with affordable housing residents.

Childcare in the Roaring Fork Valley is getting harder to find.

Housing is just as hard to find. Our series continues on the Midvalley housing crunch with a look at government subsidized options.

Garfield County’s elected leaders say a potential endangered listing for a bird spells trouble for the local economy. They also want to avoid more diversions that move west slope water east.