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Letter: Grateful for snow, snow crews

What a great snow storm! Twenty-two inches and more on the way. We want to take a moment to publicly congratulate and thank Aspen Skiing Co. for their dedication and commitment to maintaining excellent skiing and snowboarding conditions during the past several weeks.

Hats off to the groomers, trail crews and ski patrol for all they do. Their efforts allowed visitors and locals alike to enjoy world-class skiing under blue skies and warm temperatures. And, although many of us locals prefer storm after endless storm, many of our out-of-town guests were thrilled with the spring-like conditions.

Next, we want to recognize the lift operators and ski school for their fun, friendly and guest-centric approach.

Finally, a nod to Skico management for investing in the people, the machinery and the training necessary to make it all happen.

We are grateful for all that you do and we look forward to seeing you on the slopes!

Think Snow(mass)!

Markey Butler, mayor, town of Snowmass Village

Rose Abello, tourism director, Snowmass Tourism

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