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Citizens League to meet April 9

NICOLE FORMOSAsummit daily newsSummit County, CO Colorado

KEYSTONE – The Keystone Citizens League will hear from Keystone Resort executives at its semi-annual open meeting on April 9.Slated to speak at the 7 p.m. meeting are Pat Campbell, chief operating officer of Keystone; Doug Lovell, the new director of mountain operations; Pete Sonntag, director of ski school; Luke Slottow, from the resort’s hospitality division; and County Commissioner Thomas Davidson.Specific topics haven’t been outlined for the meeting, however they will likely revolve around future projects in Keystone, said KCL board member Annette Fricke.The Keystone Citizens League is a nonprofit organization with an 18-member board of directors. It’s comprised of locals in the Keystone area who take an active interest in the community.The board remains in contact with resort management, county commissioners, CDOT and local Forest Service representatives to stay on top of projects and initiatives proposed in and around Keystone.New board members will also be named at the meeting. Nominees are Bill Goslau, Connie Gruber, Denise Levy and Matt Walsh. Newly elected KCL president Brian Smith started Jan. 1, taking over a position held by Linda Clem for two years.Keystone Citizens League open meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 9 at the Keystone Center, 1628 St. Johns Road in Keystone. The public is welcome to attend.Nicole Formosa can be reached at (970) 668-4629, or at nformosa@summitdaily.com.


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