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Caught in the Act

Monica Miller Special to the Post IndependentAnderson's Clothing staff member Carol Biedsheid is a 20-year veteran of the bus commute from Basalt. She plans to continue going up and down the valley via bus even after construction of the parking garage and library are complete. "RFTA is smart," Biedsheid said. "There's no gas, no parking tickets, no stress and plenty of time to visit with fellow travelers." Anderson's provides Biedsheid with bus passes as an incentive to go green and to relieve pressure on parking in downtown Glenwood Springs.

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