Ryan Mahoney

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    Basalt Report: New logo approved

    On April 25, Basalt Town Council convened for its regular meeting to discuss Midland Avenue, approve a new logo and fill a final open committee open seat.

    During the public comment period, Crown Mountain Board of Directors candidate Shelley Lundh introduced herself, asking for the Council’s vote in the upcoming… read more →

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    What’s up with Midland?

    As of mid-April, Old Town Basalt is already well into its Midland Avenue Streetscape Project, an initiative that will not only refurbish underground utilities along Midland Ave but give its pavement a significant facelift. However, not all Basalt residents are keen on the project — especially its timeline.

    Although it… read more →

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    Basalt Report: Seats fill on Affordable Housing Commission

    The Manager’s Report provided an update on the “lightning bolt project” — work on the sewer lines between the library and Two Rivers Road. Importantly for commuters, Manager Ryan Mahoney also announced that the bridge has changed to being closed full-time, instead of with the use of stop lights at… read more →

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    Basalt Report: Construction to begin on Midland Ave

    Though admittedly not the most romantic way to spend Valentine’s Day, Basalt Town Council convened on the evening of Feb. 14 to discuss a series of minor ordinances. Notably, Mayor Bill Kane was absent, and instead the meeting was presided over by Town Councilor David Knight. As might be expected… read more →

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    Evaluations for ‘kids in crisis’ increased in 2021

    With the rollback of the emergency declaration prompted by the Omicron variant outbreak, the seven-member Basalt Town Council met in person for the first time this year at its regular meeting. The public broadcast of the meeting, which was covered remotely by The Sopris Sun, was delayed andread more →