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Scott, maybe not "failure in communication" but now we get "pie in the sky" marketing tactics that was used atthe ski area. Nothing against Mike but some of the things he was quoted saying was as if there were no other ski area in existence.
5:15am - while true the snow plows are exempt from the vehicle noise ordiance, I do believe they are NOT authorized to use back up horns at least in residential zoned areas prior to 7am
Let's start with saying good bye to Triple Crown. I'm positive this town will survive without them.
That is true perhaps due to the fact that when the CEOs ruffle the feathers of the BOD and or big employers in town, uh Intrawest, out the valley they go.
Lets not blow smoke ski corp
...13" maybe fell between 9-10k ft so basically above the gondola. Not even near that fell at the Christie lift and how much of that melted the last 2 days? Step into reality and not stuck in your egregious marketing tactics
Uh maybe ski corp should pay their employees more know the cost to live is more
Ski corp. Why are you wasting water when you know the temps are too warm for man made snow to stay on the lower mountain? Further why would you aim the snow guns so high that the snows falls on the nearby streets therefore again wasting money and resources?
Who didn't look at the forecast to see highs in the 60 yet they blew snow last night. Nothing like wasting resources.
40 reopened at 130 according to state patrol
..denies he was driving excessively fast. Oh yea just fast enough to flip your rig. Idiot danger to other motorists
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