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ARCH Board President Cynthia Hull noted during last summer’s ARCH fundraiser to raise money for teacher’s housing that many Wood River Valley workers make too much money to qualify for federal funding to help with housing but they can’t afford housing because costs are so much higher than their salaries can afford.
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Tuesday, May 9, 2023


Learn what’s being done to address the housing shortage in Summit County, Colo., when the City of Ketchum and Spur Foundation present the second in a series of conversations titled “Learning from Peer Communities.”

Jason Dietz will discuss what’s being done in the Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and Keystone ski areas at 6 p.m. tonight—Tuesday, May 9—at Ketchum’s Community Library.

Dietz started in 2018 as Summit County’s housing director. He spent the previous decade running the Summit Combined Housing Authority as a construction manager, in property management and in land acquisitions and developments.

He will be joined by Carissa Connelly, Ketchum’s housing director. She is in charge of implementing Ketchum’s year-one Housing Action Plan adopted in May 2022. The plan includes many actions that mirror Summit County’s efforts.

To attend in person, reserve your seat at The event will also be livestreamed and available to watch later at


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