City may fund maintenance for affordable housing HOAs (CO)

The city of Aspen is contemplating injecting as much as $16 million of public money into the capital reserve accounts of local affordable housing homeowner associations, hoping to reset a system that, according to a city official, incentivizes deferring long-term building maintenance.   Read the article…………


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