KBUT’s Community Matters airs live every other Monday. The show is hosted by KBUT News Director Christopher Biddle and veteran Gunnison County journalist Chris Rourke.

On this episode…

The Crested Butte Community Compass will guide the town’s decision-making, big and small, for years to come. Over the next ten months, Troy Russ, Mel Yemma, and the rest of the town’s development team will engage the community in helping to create this plan. They talk about the goals, the challenges, and opportunities for you to get involved. 


Jessica Wurtz is the Executive Director of Project Hope for the Gunnison Valley. Brie Franklin is the Executive Director of the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault. They talk about advocacy efforts to protect survivors of assault and where to find support. We’ll also hear about challenges for this line of work.

Listen to the full episode 


Pt 1: The Crested Butte Community Compass

What is a Community Compass, and why do we need one? How does the public get involved?


Pt 2: Jessica Wurtz of Project Hope and Bree Franklin of the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault.

Pt. 2a
Pt.2b

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