Valley Roundup - May 22nd, 2015

May 22, 2015

Welcome to Valley Roundup, a review of the top news stories in the Roaring Fork Valley in the past week. 

A couple that lives in a penthouse in downtown Aspen now has to share the building’s entrance with their neighbors. As a result, their property value decreased $1.3 million, a judge has ruled.

There’s more debate around the live debate that Aspen Public Radio broadcast with city council candidates Bert Myrin and Mick Ireland.

The future of a popular trail in the Hunter Creek Valley will likely be decided in the courts. In the meantime, can mountain bikers and hikers still use it?

Meanwhile, it’s still business as usual in Snowmass Village.

And there is a shocking statistic about how many people are living below the poverty line in Pitkin County.

Joining me this week are Curtis Wackerle, editor of the Aspen Daily News, Jill Beathard, editor of the Snowmass Sun, and Andy Stone, former editor and columnist at the Aspen Times.