Carolyn Sackariason, Summit Daily News

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Past articles by Carolyn:

Altruistic sale of Aspen property equals more educators

ASPEN — The Aspen School District has not wasted much time in finding places for its employees to live since securing $50 million in voter-approved bonding dedicated to housing teachers and staff. The district has spent... → Read More

New regulations on short-term rentals in Aspen are in effect

New rules for short-term rentals in the city of Aspen go into effect on Friday. → Read More

Aspen electeds consider changes to downtown parking experiment

Aspen City Council will consider alterations to the downtown bike lane and parallel parking experiment. → Read More

Big plans laid out for new Aspen trail and improvements at Cozy Point Ranch

ASPEN — Aspen City Council on Monday spent a few hours doing site visits at Cozy Point Ranch and the location of a new trail along the western side of Maroon Creek Road as a precursor... → Read More

Underground surprise will cost Paepcke Transit Hub another $300K

The city of Aspen continues to absorb increased costs to the Paepcke Transit Hub, which will be completed this fall. → Read More

New restauranteur for Rio Grande building could be chosen by fall

Locals and visitors could be eating in a new affordable restaurant in space owned by the city of Aspen this winter. → Read More

Pitkin County officials agree to look at new funding sources for affordable housing

Pitkin County elected officials agreed Tuesday to consider new funding sources for affordable housing. → Read More

Public polling on short-term rental tax begins this week in Aspen

The city of Aspen is gauging the public’s opinion this week on whether a tax on short-term rentals is appropriate. → Read More

Business owners spew frustration at Aspen’s electeds over bike lane experiment

Aspen City Council is hearing an earful from people upset with the changes on Cooper and Galena avenues. → Read More

City of Aspen predicting economic slowdown

The local economy is facing some headwinds with inflation and staffing shortages. → Read More

Child drowns in El Jebel canal

A child has died in El Jebel after falling into a ditch with fast-moving water. → Read More

Move over, cars: Bikes getting their own lane in downtown Aspen

Cyclists and bikers will have their own dedicated lane on Galena Street and Cooper Avenue by the end of the month. → Read More

Survey says Aspenites are unhappy with quality of life

Aspen residents are feeling disenfranchised, according to a recent city survey. → Read More

City of Aspen receives one bid for child-care provider

The city of Aspen received just one bid in a national search for a child care provider. → Read More

Continuous drought keeps Aspen under tight water restrictions

Stop using water is the message from the city of Aspen as the community continues to suffer drought conditions. → Read More

Aspen Saturday Market ripe for weekend debut

The Aspen Saturday Market begins this weekend and runs through mid-October. → Read More

Expect construction delays on Aspen’s Main Street this summer

The rebuild of the Paepcke Transit Hub on Main Street in Aspen this summer will cause traffic delays. → Read More

Aspen’s Next Generation board lacks participation

The city of Aspen’s Next Generation Advisory Board is all but defunct due to a lack of interest and participation. → Read More

Aspen City Council OKs residential moratorium extension

Aspen City Council made a move on Tuesday to extend the moratorium on residential development until August. → Read More

City of Aspen to hire more employees

The city of Aspen is creating new positions to keep up with the demand of government services. → Read More