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San Miguel County, Telluride Ponder Preservation of Pandora Mill

By Alec Jacobson | 3/21/16
The fate of the historic Pandora Mill will be under discussion on Tuesday, March 29. On the table is a deal to transfer ownership of the structure to the county and then restore it through the combined efforts of the county and town, with potential supplemental funding from Idarado/Newmont and other private sources.

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TELLURIDE 2030 | Dirk de Pagter

By Alec Jacobson | 3/9/16 | Part 6 in a Series
“I think change is inevitable and change is good,” says Dirk de Pagter, Founder of Telluride Real Estate Brokers, “we need to make sure that we create a place that our kids and grandkids feel comfortable coming back to.”

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TELLURIDE 2030 | Kate Jones

By Alec Jacobson | 3/3/16 | Part 5 in a Series
“It’s really about making the decisions right now to preserve what exists right now,” says Kate Jones, Executive Director of Telluride Arts.

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TELLURIDE 2030 | Dan Enright

By Alec Jacobson | 2/26/16 | Part 4 in a Series
“To some extent, I want to see the status quo kept,” says Dan Enright, assistant manager at the Wine Mine, “I don’t think that we necessarily need to try to maximize the amount of people in Telluride every single weekend.”

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TELLURIDE 2030 | Bill Jensen

By Alec Jacobson | 2/17/16 | Part 3 in a Series
“Things that we do that drive the economics of the community without a heavy footprint on the community, this is my sense of Telluride, are all positive,” says Bill Jensen, CEO of Telluride Ski and Golf.