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Community Matters airs every other Monday at 6pm. Archived episodes are below.
Coming up on Community Matters
Archived Episodes and Excerpts
Community Matters March 6th, 2023
Executive Director of High Country Conservation Advocates, Chad Reich, and Wilderness’s Workshops Michael Gorman talk about continued efforts to Save Red Lady and mineral withdrawal on Thompson Divide.
Gunnison County Planner Hillary Seminick discusses the county’s Three Mile Plan and what it means for future development.
And Met Rec District Manager Derrick Nehrenberg explains what Gunnison County voters get after passing 6B to fund recreation and more last fall.
Community Matters: Monday, August 22nd
Both towns of Crested Butte and Mt. Crested Butte recently made public draft versions of their new Master Plans, and are seeking public input. We talk with three town planners that helped to write them.
Community Matters: Monday, August 8th, 2022
Talking recycling and electrification. Featuring interviews with Crested Butte Town Council Member Jason MacMillan, Town Planner Mel Yemma, Sustainable CB VP Amy Newfield.
Community Matters: Monday July 25th
Mark Reaman, editor of the Crested Butte News; Maeve Conran, Managing Editor for RMCR, and Jesse Metzger on “What’s open for public comment?”
Community Matters: Monday July 18th.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser on how Colorado will use settlement money, KBUT Exectuive Director Jackson Petito, and local geologist Amy Ellwein
Community Matters: Monday, May 16th
This episode of Community Matters featured interviews with Alex Hager, water reporter for KUNC and Rocky Mountain Community Radio; Brooke MacMillan, Artistic Director at the Crested Butte Center for the Arts, and Megha Nayar, one of the writers selected to participate in the Center’s residency program.
Highway 50 construction resumes
Early Childhood Education bill passes State House
Move the Butte this weekend
Community Matters: Monday, February 28th
Ian Havlick and Zach Guy of the Crested Butte Avalanche Center, State Representatives Barbara McLachlan and Julie McCluskie, and the organizers behind ‘Move the Butte,” Crested Butte’s annual community dance showcase.
Community Matters: Monday, January 31st
Tara Shroedinger, Crested Butte general manager, talks about the worker shortage and the winter season so far.