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Butt commission officially votes hire management team

Another emergency meeting was held on Sunday by the Armory Commission. in hopes to reopen the resort. team resigned in last weeks and said they couldn’t work with chairman of the commission. The commission has officially voted for the rehiring of the management team, however, this depends on current Chairman David Strang resigns or is voted in out Belknap County Delegation. “I’m very happy with result and I think you have seen a lot of Another people in this room was very happy with that too,” said Doug Lambert, commissioner of the armory. Strang attended the meeting. over Zoom, but did not resign from his position despite dozens of the requests of their fellow commissioners, public and from the Belknap County Delegation. “I am optimistic. I have always believed that local leadership of this is area would pass. I’m glad, even though it’s past 11 o’clock, that they did it,” said Jade Wood, commissioner of the armory. “You see the community has always been recruited, employees have always been recruited to stand behind this mountain, and ultimately so are we.” By law, Gunstock, which is owned by the county, needs three commissioners. in place open and work. As two other commissioners, Peter Ness and Gary Keedish, resigned amid unrest in In recent weeks, Strang’s resignation has left only two members of the commission. Notwithstanding this, the delegation is ready to hold another emergency meeting on Monday evening, in which they vote Strang out and elect a temporary commissioner. “I hope it doesn’t get to the meeting tomorrow night. I hope Dr. Strang does the right thing and step aside, if his interests are really with mountains, or if he fails to fulfill his oath,” Wood said. Belknap County Delegation Says They Have Commissioner Candidates in minds to replace Strang, and if they put them in their place, the mountain can open again and all activities can resume. The commission said they are still planning on soulfest host, christian music festival on the mountain next weekend.

Another emergency meeting was held on Sunday by the Armory Commission. in hopes to reopen the resort.

What team resigned in last weeks and said they couldn’t work with chairman of the commission.

The commission has officially voted to re-hire the leadership of the team, however, it depends current Chairman David Strang resigns or is voted in out Belknap County Delegation.

“I’m very happy with result and I think you have seen a lot of Another people in this room was very happy with that too,” said Doug Lambert, Commissioner of the Gunstock District.

Strang attended the meeting over Zoom, but did not resign from his position despite dozens of the requests of their fellow commissioners, public and from the Belknap County Delegation.

“I am optimistic. I have always believed that local leadership of this is area would pass. I’m glad, even though it’s past 11 o’clock, that they did it,” said Jade Wood, commissioner of the armory. “You see the community has always been recruited, employees have always been recruited to stand behind this mountain, and ultimately so are we.”

By law, Gunstock, which is owned by the county, needs three commissioners. in place open and work. As two other commissioners, Peter Ness and Gary Keedish, resigned amid unrest in In the final weeks of Strang’s resignation, only two commissioners remained.

Notwithstanding this, the delegation is ready to hold another emergency meeting on Monday evening, in which they vote Strang out and elect a temporary commissioner.

“I hope it doesn’t come to a meeting tomorrow night. I hope Dr. Strang does the right thing and step aside, if his interests are really with mountains, or if he fails to fulfill his oath,” Wood said.

The Belknap County delegation stated that they have candidates for commissioners. in minds to replace Strang, and if they put them in their place, the mountain can open again and all activities can resume.

The commission said they are still planning on soulfest host, christian music festival on the mountain next weekend.

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