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USA Pro Challenge
6:21 pm
Tue August 20, 2013

Pro Cycling Challenge: Mixed Feelings from Aspen, Snowmass Business Community

The riders participating in the USA Pro Challenge race down part of the course in Monday's stage one event between Aspen and Snowmass Village.
Credit USA Pro Challenge

For two days this week, the upper Roaring Fork Valley played host to more than one hundred professional cyclists, their staffs and lots of fans. It was the third year the USA Pro Challenge brought this contingent through Aspen. As Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports, the race’s economic impact is good and bad, depending on whom you talk to.

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Aspen City Council
10:21 am
Tue July 9, 2013

Dwayne Romero sworn in

Municipal Court Judge Brooke Peterson swears in new city council member Dwayne Romero as Mayor Skadron and Councilwoman Mullins look on.
Credit Rebecca Kruth

The Aspen City Council has finally filled the seat vacated by Mayor Steve Skadron following his election this May. Last night (Mon., 7-8-2013), the council swore in its newest member. Aspen Public Radio’s Rebecca Kruth reports.  

The fifth city council seat is no longer empty.

The council wasted no time in making its newest member, Dwayne Romero, official. Municipal Court Judge Brooke Peterson was there to do the honors at last night’s meeting.

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Aspen City Council
6:41 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

Romero wins city council seat, no dice needed

Dwayne Romero is the Aspen City Council's newest member.
Credit Rebecca Kruth

The Aspen City Council spent weeks narrowing down a pool of applicants to decide who will fill the seat left vacant by Mayor Steve Skadron. The council made its final decision this week, but it almost came down to a tie-breaking dice roll. Aspen Public Radio’s Rebecca Kruth reports.

One applicant is resting easy after a last minute change of heart lead the Aspen City Council to a consensus earlier today (Wed., 7-2-2013).

Former councilman Dwayne Romero says he’s “elated” by the council’s decision to appoint him to the vacant seat.

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Aspen City Council
11:26 pm
Tue July 2, 2013

Roll of a die could determine deadlocked city council seat vote

The Aspen City Council is deadlocked in its decision on who should fill its remaining open seat. After whittling the choices down to four, city council members found themselves at odds at last night’s (Tues, 7-2-2013) special meeting. Aspen Public Radio’s Rebecca Kruth reports.

It could all come down to the roll of a die.

That is, if the deadlocked city council fails to reach a majority vote at another special meeting scheduled for later this morning.

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City of Aspen
10:45 pm
Tue June 4, 2013

Aspen Elects Steve Skadron as its New Mayor

Aspen City Councilman Steve Skadron shakes hands after hearing news that he won the mayor's contest.
Credit Marci Krivonen

 After months of campaigning and build-up, the City of Aspen finally has a new mayor. The results of yesterday’s run-off election tipped in favor of current council member Steve Skadron. Skadron was one of two slow-growth candidates that advanced to the run-off after winning a municipal election in early May. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports.  Current City Council member Steve Skadron received the news of his win in the room where he’s spent many long evenings: City Council chambers.

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