“This use, combined with new patterns of social distancing, has translated into visible impacts and degradation on the land,” according to OST director Tennenbaum.
Category: Local Public Data
The Lake Christine Fire on Basalt Mountain: information resources
Information sources to track the fire.
The Aspen 50: billionaires of Pitkin County
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.
Build and let live: 40 years of affordable housing in Aspen
“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.”
Who owns employee housing in Pitkin County in 2014?
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.
Giving big: Aspen-area nonprofits and their economic impact
Nonprofit tax return data from the IRS via ProPublica’s Nonprofit Explorer tool.
Aspen nonprofits: the public data table
Public data on Aspen’s nonprofits in one big searchable table.
Disease without a cure: comparing the cost of hospital care in the Aspen region
Of 23 treatments tracked at five Western Slope hospitals in 2011, Aspen Valley Hospital had the lowest average charges in eight of the treatments. Knee joint replacements, however, usually come with higher prices.
City approves 2013 grants to arts and community nonprofits
The Aspen City Council approved its 2013 budget Monday night on second reading and in so doing approved $756,200 in grants to over 50 local arts and community nonprofits. The city also approved another $106,250 worth of in-kind grants, mainly to sports-centered nonprofits, such as ice time for Aspen Junior Hockey and the Aspen Skating […]
The Aspen 50 – Forbes billionaires in Pitkin County
At least 50 billionaires on Forbes’ most recent wealth lists own property or have strong ties to property in the Aspen area.