(Steve Griffin | The Salt Lake Tribune)
Skiers enjoy the sunshine at Deer Valley Resort in Park City in 2011. Ski Utah, Deer Valley and Snowbird are considering the possibility of chairlifts that would link the two resorts.
Selling your ski pass could soon be illegal in Park City
The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Mar 07 2013 07:55 am • Last Updated Mar 07 2013 03:49 pm
Park City leaders may vote later Thursday to make it illegal for skiers and snowboarders to resell their lift tickets within city limits.
Such sales would be class B misdemeanors, punishable by up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine, according to a report in the Park Record.
Go here for the complete Park Record article.
According to the newspaper, ski resorts want to stop people from selling lift tickets for less than the price at the ticket window. There are similar laws in California and Colorado.
The Park City Council is scheduled to meet 6 p.m. Thursday in the Marsac Municipal Building, 445 Marsac Ave.
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