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Ski Resort Master Plans

Ski Resort Master Plans

Many ski resorts across the country are partially or fully located in public spaces,  However, including 12 commercial downhill areas and four commercial cross-country ski areas in the White River National Forest. Each ski resort pays user fees based on its revenue from the use of public land. These user fees are comparable to the land rents received by private landowners. So, These costs are transferred directly to the Federal Treasury.

Firstly, In addition to land use fees, ski resorts are invited to prepare master development plans (PDM) detailing the existing. And desired conditions for the ski resort and proposed improvements to areas of the national forest system in the license limit. These plans help ski resorts formulate their long-term vision for the use of public spaces and help forest managers to anticipate future uses. The plans provide local governments, other authorities, and the public with information about possible long-term plans that could affect them.

Ski Resort Master Plans

Ski Resort Master Plans

Ski Resort Master

Conceptual projects contained in the CDM are verified by the forest service to determine. If they meet the objectives and specifications of the forest plan. Acceptance of the CDM by the forest service does not imply approval. However, To proceed with the construction or implementation of the proposed projects. The specific projects proposed in a PDM require a more in-depth site-specific assessment. Before starting an environmental assessment and/or analysis under the National Environmental Policy Act.

In 2012, we presented the Forest Service with a development master plan (CDM), which defines a long-term plan for improvements. Above all, The main elements of this plan include the extension of the SUP border (special use permit). The development of the land and elevators in the expansion area, an additional service facility for customers. And then a number of improvements within the current SUP border.

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