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“A typical Ski season at the Arizona Snow-Bowl lasts from December to Easter” (Arizona SnowBowl Upgrade proposed Action, September 2002, p.2). The Arizona Snow-Bowl, which is located in the San Francisco Peaks, seven miles outside of Flagstaff, Arizona was only open for four days last year! Alarming? Yes, this is why the Arizona Snow bowl has released a fool proof plan, which consists of making their own snow!
The Arizona SnowBowl’s fool proof plan is to remodel their whole ski resort. The remodeling would include the building of one new chair lift, the addition of new ski runs, maintenance work on three existing chair lifts, lighting for night time skiing, the creation of a half pipe, the addition of a snow play area for families, the improvement of service facilities/infrastructure, and a cultural center for native Americans(Arizona SnowBowl Upgrade proposed Action, September 2002, p.2). Yet, the biggest addition to the ski resort will be snow machines. Snow machines would be the biggest addition because without the snow machines none of the proposed renovations would be plausible. However, the snow machines would violate the pristine sanctity of the mountains.
Whether the Arizona SnowBowl should be permitted to install snow machines on the mountain has raised great controversy across the Southwest. The issue has been broken down into two sides. There are people supporting the addition of snow machines, such as skiers and businessmen, and there are those opposed to such additions including Native Americans and environmentalists. Both sides have concrete and validated support to defend their position.
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...ure that the economy receives this money. Another reason is that if snow machines are added to the mountain, the ski resort itself will be improved with the addition of new ski lifts and ski runs. Without the snow machines the Arizona SnowBowl would not be able to pay for the proposed additions. Another positive is the Arizona SnowBowl would not expand its boundaries, thus the surrounding peaks would not be at all impacted. Lastly, I do not think that adding water with an A plus rating to a mountain environment will have an immense effect.
In conclusion, I would like to restate that I am part of the community that is for the addition of snow machines. I sided with this community because harnessing this snow making technology will further the economic growth of Flagstaff. I would also like to see flagstaff become a steady ski town.
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