Lot line adjustment proposed at Anderson Park

ASPEN REAL ESTATE — Aspen’s Anderson Park, a relatively little-known spot along the Roaring Fork River, could become a lot more familiar to local residents by May.City voters may be asked to amend a subdivision plat to, in essence, carve a residential lot out of the park. The city would gain an existing, private parcel that juts into the park, hampering its use. The deal has been a matter of negotiation between city parks and open space officials and the private landowners for some time, according to Stephen Ellsperman, city parks and open space director.
By Janet Urquhart, Feb. 4, 2011 Aspen Times

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02/04/2011 Aspen Times