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The Summit Association of Realtors was privileged to host the powerhouse breakfast meeting at The Lodge At Breckenridge this morning with the CEOs of the local ski areas, some of the top and most visited ski resorts in the world.  A common opinion topic of discussion among these leaders was the concern for employee housing and the plans of working closely with local towns, communities and counties to work on solutions for this in the future.  John Buhler, the CEO for Breckenridge, mentioned that Vail Resorts had slated $30 million as an initial step to investigate and initiate plans to help resolve this issue.Summit County Colorado Ski Area Bosses

Left to right: Rob Goodell-Loveland Ski Area, John Buhler-Breckenridge Ski Resort,
Mike Goar-Keystone Ski Resort, Gary Rodger-Copper Mountain

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Mother Nature has not been very friendly to the Breckenridge ski resorts this fall.  Going into the 2014/2015 ski season, there has been little snow that has blanketed the ground.  The temperatures have also not been favorable, with temperatures higher than normal.  The Breckenridge ski season was suppose to kickoff on Halloween, but because of the warmer temperatures, snowmaking operations have been limited.  This Friday, November 7th, the ski season will start with a bang when three ski resorts start their lifts.  Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, and Keystone having been preparing for opening day, by making snow, with the help of the help of Mother Nature and the last storm.  According to Laura Parquette, Keystone’s spokeswomen, “The last week has

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