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Saturday, July 27, 2013

Summit Town Hall Meeting

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Please join us for a town hall meeting on Wednesday, July 31 at 7pm at the Pineview lodge where will be soliciting feedback on our first Summit Series leadership conference atop Powder Mountain.  Additionally, we will be expanding the discussion from Summit's Phase 1 plans on Powder Mountain to lay out our longer term vision for the future of Powder Mountain generally and the Summit Eden development specifically. We hope to see you there!

What: Town Hall hosted by Summit
When: Wednesday, July 31, 7pm
Where: Pineview Lodge
3923 N. Wolf Creek Dr.
Eden, Utah 84310

--Summit Team

1 comment:

Watchu2 said...

I am unable to attend the meeting tonight, but I have some questions that I would like to ask the "Summit People". Hopefully someone will see this and ask them for me.
I ask these questions, because I am concerned and feel that all the focus for the Summit group is on developing land and not on actually running a ski resort. Sell housing, make some money, and leave the ski resort used and dead, as it will not be needed in two years time. The whole plan seems to be to use us, use the ski resort, and then leave saying sorry we couldn't make it happen for the ski resort. I need to know that the people of "Summit" are actually committed to this community as a whole, not just the part that makes them feel all warm and fuzzy....The good , the bad and the ugly of running a resort too. Weber County doesn't care for anything but the property taxes that might end up in their accounts, but I'm afraid they are going to find themselves as a resort owner, what then?
1. Please explain to me and help me understand what your intentions are for the ski resort (not the land it's on, or the land around it). Do you intend on running the "SKI RESORT" beyond the two years you are obligated to with the county?
2. Has there been any maintenance on the ski lifts this summer and are you ready for the yearly inspections of those lifts?
3. Do you intend on promoting Powder Mountain as a ski resort now and in the years to come?
4. Who is the actual ski resort manager (person) and what management structure is in place (chain of command)?
5. Are there any plans for expansion of the ski resort amenities (new runs or lifts)? If so, what is the expected time frame?
6. If Summit cannot make the ski resort (ski resort only) prosper, what is the backup plan?
Thank you for answering my questions.