|Looks likes it not over till it’s over. Talks will resume soon regarding the proposed Snodrass Expansion. Hopefully some ideas will come about that both sides can agree on.As an avid rock climber, hiker, scuba diver, mountain biker and snowboarder I’ve become quite a comfortable member of the Crested Butte Community. I feel I bring a strong energetic presence to the Benson Sotheby’s International Realty team and the Crested Butte Real Estate market in general having worked my way up to Benson Sotheby’s third highest producer. In addition to my recreational adventures I love to travel having been to Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, China and South Africa. My enthusiasm, hard work, and honesty will serve all of you to the fullest, helping each of you find the perfect investment and/or dream mountain home.|
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Crested Butte Mountain Resort and the Forest Service on Snodgrass: It’s time to meet and talk
Written by Mark Reaman
|Wednesday, 21 July 2010|
|The two sides will meet—eventuallyThe Snodgrass issue appears to be in wait-and-see mode. Both Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR) and regional U.S. Forest Service officials agree there will be a meeting between the two, but no date has been set and the meeting isn’t likely to occur in any hurry.|
U.S. Forest Service chief Tom Tidwell’s office last week upheld previous agency decisions to not allow lift served ski expansion onto Snodgrass, as proposed by CBMR. The original decision was made by Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forest (GMUG) supervisor Charlie Richmond last fall. The Tidwell ruling was the final administrative appeal on the matter and CBMR is now weighing its future options.