Vail Resorts backpedals on higher occupancy employee rentals

17th December, 2015 by

By Kevin Fixler

SUMMIT COUNTY — The day after hosting two hour-long, closed-door meetings with groups of employees to inform them they would be receiving roommates to help combat the workforce housing struggles in Summit County, Vail Resorts has reversed course.That meeting at Keystone’s Mountain House, where personnel representing the Broomfield-based resort company notified workforce residents that the Tenderfoot properties in Keystone would see the addition of approximately 100 more residents to two of the development’s three buildings, was especially heated. Specifically, two-bedroom units would go to four-person occupancy with bunk beds, and three-bedroom apartments to five people. There was also talk that …

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