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Attend the Breckenridge Peak 6 project visit

The Forest Service is providing an opportunity for the public to visit the proposed Breckenridge Ski Resort Peak 6 project area to further understand the expansion proposal.

Operating under a special use permit in the Dillon Ranger District of the White River National Forest, the ski area’s project must be evaluated for its environmental impacts as written in the agency’s environmental impact statement. The site visit, slated for Friday, April 8 at the ski resort, allows the public to hear the details of the project and ask questions of Forest supervisor Scott Fitzwilliams. The visit will accommodate the skiing and non-skiing public.

Because the draft environmental impact statement is not currently available for review, discussions will be limited to the project description and a proposed time table for the release of the draft document. Comment on the statement will take place at another time.

Register for the site visit by April 1 with Shelly Grail at (970) 262-3484 or Contact her to stay informed with details of the visit.

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