New Snowbird partnership planning major improvements to ski resort
Ski industry » Cumming family purchases majority interest; Dick Bass to remain chairman.
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But news of Cumming’s support for the restaurant atop Hidden Peak deflated the hopes of Save Our Canyons Executive Director Carl Fisher that the new owners’ "first act of conservation will be to not build that atrocity of a structure."
Opposition to the creation of Snowbird led to the creation of Save Our Canyons, Fisher noted, and "we have not always seen eye to eye on issues" over the years. "But we do look forward to working with the Cumming family to find ways to protect this uniquely beautiful and sensitive canyon which means so much to our community."
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