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Park City Mountain Resort details round-the-clock plans to dismantle lifts
First Published Jun 16 2014 09:12 am • Last Updated Jun 16 2014 09:15 am

Park City Mountain Resort President and General Manager Jenni Smith on Wednesday provided a detailed description of plans to dismantle the infrastructure needed to operate a ski resort on the land disputed in the lawsuit between the PCMR side and the property owner, Talisker Land Holdings, LLC, if the resort is evicted.

Smith offered the information in a declaration included as part of a broader set of 3rd District Court filings this week by the PCMR side as Judge Ryan Harris prepares to consider whether to sign an eviction order. An important hearing is scheduled on Thursday.

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According to the filing, PCMR would remove the following lifts: Town, Crescent, King Con, Silverlode, Bonanza, McConkey’s, Pioneer, Eaglet and Silver Star. Parts of the Jupiter, Thaynes and Motherlode lifts would be removed. The towers of those three lifts would remain based on their being affixed to the land, PCMR has previously said.

Click here for the full article on The Park Record’s website.

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