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July 1999

Are the day so of the Alps-like villages adn big western lodges done? Some architects are taking mountain design in a new direction.
No longer the funny stepchild of ski areas, terrain parks ar taking the stage front and center. Here are some trends for the season.
A look at several independent programs that strive to get more minority groups on our hills, both as guests and as employees.
NSAA Chairman David Crowley gives his views on the future of the industry, the role of NSAA and competition among areas.
Apollo bows out of Vail. Seven Springs to Run Laurel. Lone Peak Suit Tossed. SIA Partners with VERB. A Tamarack closes, while another opens. Snow Valley for Sale. Two Pacific Northwest Areas Get OK to Expand. People. Supplier People. Supplier News.
Steamboat Lawsuit settled for $5.1 million. Silverton Might Expand. Bombardier Sold Again. Gray Rocks to Close. Mountain High Buys Sunrise. Brodie Sold for $2.6 million. Tremblant Undertakes $1 Billion Expansion. Big Mountain Takes Over Village Operations. Obituary. People. Supplier People. Supplier News.
A response to your open letter, by David Crowley. Clarifying the Numbers, by Nolan Rosall, President, RRC Associates.
What happened to the Vail sale? Building Ski Domes in the Swamp. A few silly millimeters taller. What, a gated community isn't enough? We're all in this together (almost). Getting the verb right. The Band's on board at Mount Baldy. Yellowstone club to become greener.
Link values and culture to create a vibrant and diverse multi-generational workplace.
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