Officials plan to “roust” a group of people living in their cars at the Intercept Lot within the next two weeks, Aspen’s parking director told valley transportation officials this week.
The effort comes in response to complaints from people who park at the lot to access Roaring Fork Transportation Authority buses that became more pronounced after a report last month about a 35-year-old man brandishing a hatchet at the parking lot for the second time in a year and a half, parking director Mitch Osur said.
“It’s pretty crazy out there,” Osur said Thursday at a meeting of the Elected Officials Transportation Committee in Snowmass Village.
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Osur also said the Colorado Department of Transportation could negate the city’s agreement to lease the parking lot if it is not being utilized for transportation-related uses.
“CDOT can take away the lease if we allow people to live there,” he said.
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Source:: The Denver Post