Letters to the Editor
Perhaps the management of Talisker Corp can give The Canyons what this wonderful mountain deserves. In my opinion, the terrain at The Canyons is first rate one of the best, most varied and challenging mountains in North America. Its facilities are at best second rate and, unfortunately, its management has been among the worst the past few years. From funneling virtually all skiers onto an already overcrowded gondola, one which often opens late simply because management is lost, to far too few places to stop, rest, perhaps use a restroom, The Canyons has simply suffered from neglect. The mountain needs some investment, and not just in more $5 million dollar homes.
Talisker has a chance to prove public opinion wrong. Let’s hope their focus is first on fixing and managing a world-class ski area management this majestic mountain deserves rather than simply on more development. As I have written in The Record several times, the Park City area needs a plan for its development. For its future. Talisker, we hope you first fix The Canyons operation and facility while working with the community on development that can serve everyone adequately in the future. If the focus simply becomes on more development, we all lose, and The Canyons will not live up to its incredible potential.
July 4th: Let’s do it again next year
The Park City Ambassadors would like to thank the many volunteers who helped make the July 4th 2008 Parade and City Park activities a success. We could not have had a safe and enjoyable event without your tireless help. A special thanks goes out to Park City Municipal and the hardworking staff of the Sustainability-Special Events and Facilities Department. We’d also like to thank Park Silly Sunday Market they were instrumental in providing assistance to the Park City Ambassadors in securing vendors for City Park. Park City Concert Foundation and Toby Martin were a great help in providing parade entertainment as well as the musical acts in City Park: Two Buck Tux, The Motherlode Canyon Band and Jagertown. To all the parade entrants. we thank you for your hard work and dedication. Last but not least we’d like to express our gratitude to all who attended the parade and City Park activities and for your support in celebrating Independence Day!
We look forward to another enjoyable and safe July 4th celebration in 2009! Joel Fine Richard Kurzban Park City Ambassadors co-chairs, July 4th 2008 parade and City Park activities
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