Park City resort must pay $17.5M to stay open

6th September, 2014 by

By Edward Stoner

SALT LAKE CITY — Park City Mountain Resort will have to pay $17.5 million to stay open this winter during an ongoing court battle between two ski company titans. The ruling is much closer to Park City’s $6.6 million request than the $124 million demand from its opponent, Vail Resorts Inc., raising hopes that the ski season will go on when the snow flies. Attorneys for the Park City institution, however, said their clients would have to decide whether to post the money. “We’re certainly hopeful there will be a ski season,” Park City attorney Alan Sullivan said. Judge Ryan …

Source: Vail Daily Feed



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