Steve Skadron

Valley Roundup 02-05-16

Feb 5, 2016

  Welcome to Valley Roundup. I’m Carolyn Sackariason

 

Two candidates who sit on opposite sides of development are running for the mayor’s seat in Basalt. Unlike previous elections in that town, candidates’ positions are clearly different.

Differences abound among Basalt mayoral candidates Whitsitt and Stevens

 

Aspen planners reflect on developments

Dec 28, 2015

  Aspen community development director Chris Bendon and senior planner Sara Adams are starting their own consulting business. They spoke with Aspen Public Radio’s Carolyn Sackariason.

Hunt submits hotel plan for Crystal Palace building

Nov 10, 2015

    Downtown developer Mark Hunt has submitted redevelopment plans for the Crystal Palace building on Hyman Avenue. Aspen Public Radio’s Carolyn Sackariason reports.

Dusty Diaz, campaign manager for Yes on 3A and Aspen School District Board Member Sheila Wills on the proposed mill levy override on this year's ballot.

Parking garage proposed under Base 2

Sep 21, 2015

  An underground parking garage is the latest iteration of an ever-changing lodge proposal on Main Street in Aspen.

Aspen mayoral race: Steve Skadron

Apr 28, 2015
Roger Adams

Steve Skadron is hoping to hang on to the mayor’s seat in Aspen. He has one challenger in the May election but says his proven leadership will earn him votes. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports.

Skadron has served two terms on council. This would be his second term as mayor. He runs a marketing business and has lived in town for two decades. He says he’s pursuing re-election as a commitment to public service.

Eleven Applicants Vye for Open Aspen City Council Seat

Jun 17, 2013

Eleven people have applied to fill a vacant seat on Aspen City Council. Monday afternoon was the deadline to turn in an application and two of the candidates who ran in this spring’s municipal election applied.

The council seat was vacated when Steve Skadron became mayor earlier this month. He had two years left in his term, which will be filled by one of the applicants. City council will vote on who gets the job.