This week on Valley Roundup:
- After some questionable flip flopping, Aspen voters will decide the fate of a proposed lodge on Main Street, after all.
- In Snowmass Village, there’s still confusion on how the recall vote of a town councilman will go down.
- Downvalley, the school district and the fire department are hitting up voters for property tax increases.
- Meanwhile, there is more growth planned in the midvalley, which will also expand the tax base.
- Glenwood Springs has risen in the ranks and is now one of the richest small towns in America.
- And finally, the district attorney and the Pitkin County sheriff are in disagreement about when and how criminal records should be given to the public.
This week's guests are Andy Stone, former editor and columnist for the Aspen Times, Curtis Wackerle, editor of the Aspen Daily News, Randy Essex, editor of the Glenwood Post Independent and Jill Beathard, editor of the Snowmass Sun.