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Valley Roundup for Oct. 6, 2017

Oct 5, 2017

 

Welcome to Valley Roundup. I’m Carolyn Sackariason.

On Thursday night, Glenwood Springs City Council will decide on a plan to redevelop the confluence area downtown.

Courtesy of Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association

Thursday night, Glenwood Springs City Council voted to terminate its contract with an embattled arts nonprofit.

 

The council also won’t renew its lease agreement with Glenwood Center for the Arts. It was revealed earlier this year the nonprofit was in the hole $70,000.

 

The Glenwood Springs City Council postponed another decision on whether or not to conclude its contract and lease with the Glenwood Center for the Arts. That’s after a four month investigation into the center’s financials uncovered about $20,000 in unauthorized spending. Producer Christin Kay and arts reporter Claire Woodcock discuss.

Claire Woodcock/Aspen Public Radio News

The Glenwood Springs City Council postponed a decision last night to terminate its contract with an arts nonprofit suspected of misappropriating funds.

Valley Roundup for April 28, 2017

Apr 28, 2017

Welcome to Valley Roundup. I’m Carolyn Sackariason.

Aspen Public Radio

Glenwood Springs Hostel serves as a cheap, comfortable home base for people visiting to raft and ski. It draws on another clientele, however: People down on their luck.

Aspen Public Radio

On Tuesday, Glenwood Springs voters will decide on three seats for City Council and two questions regarding taxes on marijuana.

Next week, Glenwood Springs residents will choose one of the four at-large city council candidates. They are Rick Davis, Shelley Kaup, Jonathan Gorst and Charlie Willman.

On April 4, Ward 5 in Glenwood Springs will elect a City Council member. Ward 5 is basically the first neighborhood you come to when you’re driving into Glenwood, from the west.

Valley Roundup, March 24, 2017

Mar 24, 2017

Welcome to Valley Roundup. I’m Carolyn Sackariason.

Glenwood Springs will pay a consulting firm, IBI Group, $50,000 to find ways improve Ride Glenwood, which doesn’t have enough riders and is too expensive to operate.

Valley Roundup 12-11-15

Dec 11, 2015

  Welcome to Valley Roundup. I’m Carolyn Sackariason

Is it appropriate for the town of Basalt to give a developer public tax dollars to build out Willits Town Center? The development company claims it doesn’t have enough money to do it.

Glenwood considers beefing up marijuana regulations

Aug 14, 2015
http://kotaku.com

  Glenwood City Council is looking at making marijuana stores and other related operations harder to open. Officials are considering adding the planning commission as another review for new retail and medical stores. That would also apply to manufacturing and testing pot products.

Valley Roundup - April 17, 2015

Apr 17, 2015

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

Glenwood Springs officials are looking for ways to get people out of their cars in advance of the Grand Avenue Bridge being closed two years from now.

And, two new city council members were sworn into office Thursday night.

After a long and protracted criminal prosecution, the owner of Krabloonik dog sledding kennel was sentenced on his animal cruelty charge.