The first Annual Operating Plan (AOP) presented by Vail Resorts for the state-owned ski area at Mount Sunapee State Park is now available, and the Mount Sunapee Advisory Committee will discuss the plan on May 29 in Newbury.
The MSAC meeting will be held at Veterans Hall, Newbury, starting at 10 a.m. The public is invited to attend. See below.
Here is the meeting agenda.
Vail/Mount Sunapee Resort scheduled “no new major capital projects” for the coming year, according to the annual plan submitted in May to the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (DNCR).
Therefore, the projects listed for the next 12 months include no expansion projects, no new construction within the current leasehold area, and no large renovations to existing buildings.
This summer, the resort will invest in maintenance on ski area infrastructure, lifts, trails, snowmaking, and buildings.
Bruce Schmidt, the general manager at Mount Sunapee Resort, will present this year’s operating plan and give a resort update at the May 29 meeting.
Read the AOP via the Friends of Mount Sunapee (FOMS) library of documents, Annual Operating Plan 2019-2020, (pdf 13 MB).
How to offer your Mount Sunapee comments and questions
On May 29, the public will have an opportunity to make brief (under 3 minutes) comments on the Annual Operating Plan at the end of the meeting, according to a DNCR spokesperson.
Additionally, Commissioner Stewart is accepting written comments submitted through June 7, 2019. Mail written comments to:
Mount Sunapee AOP Comments
NH Division of Parks and Recreation
Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
172 Pembroke Road, Concord NH 03301
Or email: MountSunapeeComments@dncr.nh.gov
Here are links to the FOMS library of documents:
- MSAC Committee Roster (pdf 76kb)
- Public Involvement and Oversight Policy for the Mount Sunapee Ski Area (pdf 252kb)
- Prior Annual Operating Plans and Minutes
If you are looking for additional information, please contact us.