With a final decree entered in Maroon Creek case, Aspen maintains its water rights, but is committed to moving them.
“We know they’re working because they’re needed, because they want to work, and because employers need them.”
As we head into our ninth year of operations, we take a look back.
A detailed look at events related to the city of Aspen’s stated intent to build dams on upper Castle and Maroon creeks.
There are now more than 1,600 billionaires in the world, and at least fifty of them have stakes in the Aspen area — primarily through their ownership of real estate in Pitkin County.
“We totally invented the concept of a dual market: a second, more affordable pool of housing that would be traded among local residents and that would be insulated from market forces.”
A list of the owners of all of the ownership units under the jurisdiction of the Aspen Pitkin County Housing Authority shows what buyers paid for their unit, when they bought it, and what it’s worth as of May 2014.
Video feeds from five infrared cameras released in response to an open records request from Aspen Journalism.
Nonprofit tax return data from the IRS via ProPublica’s Nonprofit Explorer tool.
Public data on Aspen’s nonprofits in one big searchable table.