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As part of a long-running effort to keep Aspen accessible for visitors who are below the income bracket of Saudi oil heirs, the city is considering some specific measures to make redevelopment of mid-range lodges more affordable and easier. Some of the ideas being discussed are waiving permit fees, axing the obligation to make street improvements, and setting aside street parking that lodges lose to redevelopment. [Aspen Times]