Membership considers moving ski area ownership to county

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Skiing> Los Alamos Ski Club to host special meeting at 6 p.m. Feb. 4

By The Staff

Mother Nature has not been kind to the Pajarito Mountain Ski Area in recent years.
A lack of snow has made it difficult for the ski area to make ends meet.
This year has been no exception as the beginners’ area was only open for a couple days over the holidays. Since then, the area has suspended operations until further snowfall.
Then on Monday, there was this announcement posted on the Pajarito Mountain website.
“The Board of Los Alamos Ski Club (LASC) announces a Special Membership Meeting at 6 p.m. Feb. 4 at the Crossroads Bible Church on East Road, to present to the Membership a path forward that the Board unanimously believes will secure and improve the future of skiing in Los Alamos County.
“We propose to dissolve Los Alamos Ski Club and transition all assets to Los Alamos County, which, subject to Council approval, will then take over operation of the Ski Area. The reasons why the Board believes that this is the best course of action will be presented, and a discussion and vote on the proposal will follow. This meeting will be open to all Members of LASC.
These proposals for the future of the ski area will not affect operations this winter — the ski area will reopen for skiing when snow conditions permit.”

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