Behind closed doors: Aspen-area governing bodies met in executive sessions 36 times in 2020

The Aspen Times: Local governing bodies collectively spent 60 hours behind closed doors in 2020 discussing matters concerning the public.

An annual review of executive sessions conducted by Aspen City Council, Snowmass Village Town Council and the Board of Pitkin County Commissioners shows that combined, they held 36 closed-door meetings last year.

The commissioners held the most meetings, with 20, followed by Aspen City Council with 10 and Snowmass Village Town Council with six.

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