Welcome to Valley Roundup, a review of the top news stories in the valley in the past week.
Glenwood Springs has two new council members.
It looks like the Thompson Divide will be safe from oil and gas drilling. But, what about other areas and how do residents there feel about that sort of activity in their backyards?
There’s movement and millions of dollars in play in getting a base village built at the base of Snowmass ski area.
Meanwhile, a new executive director has been hired at the Wheeler Opera House.
And, an Aspen City Council candidate is being scrutinized for something he did 10 years ago.
Joining me this week are Curtis Wackerle, editor of the Aspen Daily News, Jill Bethard, editor of the Snowmass Sun, Randy Essex, editor of the Glenwood Post Independent and Michael Miracle, editor of Aspen Sojourner magazine.
This Week’s Topics:
Glenwood Springs Election Results
Possible Thompson Divide Deal
Latest Snowmass Base Village Plans
Bert Myrin Questioned on 2004 Campaign Changes
New Executive Director for the Wheeler Opera House