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"Housing catastrophe" in the RFV

A recent panel discussion in Carbondale sponsored by Aspen Journalism brought together local housing experts to talk about the local housing situation. From left to right: Curtis Wackerle, editor of Aspen Journalism, April Long, program director of the West Mountain Regional Housing Coalition, Hannah Klausman, Economic and Community Development director for the city of Glenwood Springs.
Amy Hadden Marsh
 A recent panel discussion in Carbondale sponsored by Aspen Journalism brought together local housing experts to talk about the local housing situation. From left to right: Curtis Wackerle, editor of Aspen Journalism, April Long, program director of the West Mountain Regional Housing Coalition, Hannah Klausman,  Economic and Community Development director for the city of Glenwood Springs.

The region is facing a “housing catastrophe” said panelists at a recent housing discussion hosted by Aspen Journalism. And, development-neutral solutions could be the way to go. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has more.

Amy Hadden Marsh’s reporting goes back to 1990 and includes magazine, radio, newspaper and online work. She has previously served as reporter and news director for KDNK Community Radio, earning Edward R. Murrow and Colorado Broadcasters Association awards for her work. She also writes for Aspen Journalism and received a Society of Professional Journalists’ Top of the Rockies award in 2023 for a story on the Uinta Basin Railway. Her photography has also won awards. She holds a Masters in Investigative Journalism from Regis University.