Aspen, Pitkin County, (CO) housing authority move to dismiss Centennial lawsuit

Three government entities named as defendants in a lawsuit filed by the Centennial homeowners association have now filed a joint motion in district court to dismiss the case. The defendants — the Aspen Pitkin County Housing Authority, the city of Aspen and the Pitkin County Board of County Commissioners ­— are citing that there’s no legal duty requiring them to fund repairs to the homeowners’ units.    Read the article…………


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