April 1, 2014
Howelsen Hill shines under the lights beside downtown Steamboat Springs.
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"Ski areas are expensive to operate," Councilman Scott Ford said Tuesday at a council workshop about the city's historic ski hill. "We're looking at how we can cap the risk."
The council on Tuesday voted unanimously to remove the $880,000 worth of stabilization work city staff wanted to do over the next two years on Howelsen from the city's capital improvement program.
The last comprehensive master plan this city adopted for the entire Howelsen Hill park talked about possible amenities ranging from a swimming pool in the summer to a bobsled and luge track.