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    Crested Butte Mayor's Runoff Forum 12-7-17

    December 8, 2017

    The Mayor's chair in Crested Butte is still vacant due to a unique clause requiring a 50% vote. KBUT and the Crested Butte News held the Mayor's Runoff Forum on Thursday, December 7th at the Mallardi Theatre. Take a listen, and vote! ... more

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    Gunnison Valley Appraisals Finally Accounting for 'Green Builds'

    December 8, 2017

    Go with a "green build" in the Gunnison Valley, and you'd think that add to the appraised value of your home, but it's only recently that the housing market has woken up to the value efficient designs. Reporter Chris Biddle filed this feature report. ... more

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    Center for the Arts Update On Fundraising And Construction

    December 6, 2017

    On Monday, December 4th, Center for the Arts Board President Ed Schmidt and Executive Director Jenny Birnie gave the Crested Butte Town Council an update on fundraising and construction. The report was that the project remains the same in terms of timeline, scope, and final product. ... more

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    Why Not Make Water From Scratch in the Dry West?

    December 6, 2017

    Water issues in the West are notoriously complicated. But they don't have to be. Luke Runyon, who covers water issues for KUNC in Northern Colorado, is tracking down answers to tough water questions, and today, he starts with some chemistry basics. ... more

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    CB Becomes First to Tax Short-Term Rentals More Than Hotels

    December 5, 2017

    In a 6-0 vote, the Crested Butte Town Council enacted the tax on short-term rentals that will go to fund an affordable housing program in the town. The fund can be used on various affordable housing projects in and outside of town limits. With this tax, Crested Butte becomes the first jurisdiction or municipality to tax the industry at a higher rate than traditional lodging such as hotels. ... more

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