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Officials who oversee the local affordable housing program are considering ways to force homeowners to keep their properties from falling into disarray.
Aging and dilapidated for-sale units in the Aspen-Pitkin County Housing Authority inventory are becoming a growing problem, with few regulations in place to rectify it.
"I don't think as an organization we should be subsidizing garbage," said APCHA board member John Ward during last week's meeting. "That's essentially what we are doing."