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Gunstock master plan presentation this Saturday


December 02, 2021
Proposed plans for Gunstock's future will be presented this Saturday afternoon and members of the public are encouraged to attend and give their feedback.

Gunstock's proposed master plan will be presented on Saturday, Dec. 4, from 3-5 p.m. in the main lodge.

Gunstock president and general manager Tom Day is scheduled to present the plan with representatives from the SE Group, who worked on the plan. The SE Group is originally from New Hampshire and is internationally known known for its planning work on ski areas.

The event is open to the public and residents of Belknap County are encouraged to come out and see the plans.

"We are excited for this opportunity to show all the ways we will be keeping Gunstock competitive in the marketplace," read the announcement on Gunstock's Web site.

The Gunstock Area Commission has been working on the resort's master plan and is ready to present proposed plans for the mountain's future. Public comment and feedback will be crucial to the process.

According to the draft minutes of the Nov. 17 meeting of the Gunstock Area Commission, the presentation will bring the ideas in the master plan to the public where the public will be welcome to discuss and give feedback.

According to the draft minutes, commissioner Gary Kiedaisch said this presentation is to show Gunstock's full potential. The proposal will expand the mountain, but do so in a way that maintains its personality and character.

According to the draft minutes, commission chair Brian Gallagher said this is not the commission's plan but the public's plan and members of the public will be the ones who decide if anything moves forward. Gallagher also said the GAC will work with the Belknap County Commission and the Belknap County Delegation through this process.

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