SnowHeart wrote:The business stifling loopers would be better off supporting the CEO's land swap which would allow MMSA to rebuild main lodge draw more skier visits and make a bit more money to continue to support the operation over in June Lake.
History already speaks for itself concerning this statement. And even again, recently, MMSA stated publicly that they would not put money into June Mt.
What so now they're going to F_ with the CEO's land swap deal? What a bunch of pricks. At that point I think I'd avoid throwing more money at June and keep it closed. Two can play that game; No land swap, no June Mountain!
The forest service makes for a lousy neighbor and even a lousier partner and that’s exactly why Rusty wants the land swap. I don’t support anything the USFS does but I do support growth of private enterprise. I think for most people who appose the land swap the value of the public land in question is nothing more then a valuable tool to reach their own special interests and goals. If it wasn’t for that I wonder how many people would care.
The land swap is good for MMSA. As much as I’d like to see June improved I won’t support holding the land deal hostage to see those improvements. I think the Loopers should just be happy June will be open next season.
Perhaps there is another reason to appose the land swap but that hasn’t been mentioned.