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The board of the Los Alamos Ski Club has called a special meeting for Tuesday to outline their recommendation for transferring the Pajarito Mountain Ski Area to Los Alamos County.
The decision to recommend dissolution of the club was not made lightly. The board considered several options before voting unanimously to recommend transitioning all the clubs assets to the county. President Philip Rae intends to fully inform the membership about those options on Tuesday.
The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Crossroads Bible Church.
“What we are seeking is a clear mandate from the membership that this is a path forward that they are willing to explore,” Rae said.
The decision was driven by several years of drought. This year staff was able to use snowmaking equipment to open the beginners’ hill for a short time during the holidays, but the mountain has been “waiting for snow” ever since.
“It’s certainly making it challenging, and without having Christmas two years in a row, and very limited skiing, it’s been a financial impact on the ski area that is significant,” said Pajarito Mountain General Manager Tom Long.
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