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July 1999

It's safe to drink, reduces noxious emissions, and creates less of a mess when spilled. What's not to like about biodiesel?
The uphill travel experience will be kicked up a notch this winter at Mont Orford with the choice between chair or gondola-on the same lift.
With all the attention focused on high-speed tubing collisions, the danger of low-speed collisions can be underestimated.
With the internet playing a bigger role in vacation planning, is on-line booking within reach for all resorts?
Bigger isn't always better. The new trend in freestyle terrain is to build for the entry-level rider.
Big Mountain to Go Private. Saddleback Sold. Tenney First to Open. NSAA Partners with WinterKids. New Snowboard Magazine Launches. Winter X Games go Live. Wachsett Finally Clears Trails. Maine Looks to License Lift Mechanics. Compagnie des Aplpes Sees Ownership Change. Alyeska Looks at Expanding. Lawsuit Among Guests. Correction. Obituaries. People. Supplier People.
Environmental Entanglements, by David Crowley, Wachusett Mountain Ski Area. The Growth Initiative is Doing Fine, by Nolan L. Rosall, President, RRC Associates, Inc. Safety Monsters, by Linda Tikalsky.
The jobless recovery is a good time to recruit quality employees for the longterm.
Teaching Revolution in Pipe and Park. Skiing and Riding--In Oklahoma? Eldora Takes On I-70. One Man's Dues are Another's Dividends. It's Not Easy Being ASC. Melting Away in Europe. Insurance Everyone Can Love. Kobe In Court.
Small tubing hill, hay bags and auxiliary power engines are some of the great ideas from creative ski resorts.
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