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Members of a citizen volunteer board that governs the local housing authority had some choice words for Aspen City Council members on Wednesday, angered that they weren't informed on pending changes to the program.
Perhaps the biggest governance shift would be changing the make-up of the Aspen-Pitkin County Housing Authority board so that there are two elected officials from the county and two elected officials from the city, along with three citizens.
Councilman Adam Frisch introduced the idea at a City Council retreat Tuesday. The following day, APCHA board members read about it in The Aspen Times' coverage of the retreat.
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