We have a Chamber, a select board, and we voted for an option
tax to fund improvements to create a four-season resort. Your
article is right on the money. It's visual, everything is visual.
We have the restaurants, the bars, the ski shops, the music, the
dancing and entertainment. What we lack here is the "juice." When
one rides up and down the access road and it should not look like
is does in the summer: lifeless, dull, unattractive, dead.
I complimented Amy Morrison on her letter to the Editor. Imagine
Rockefeller Center without the tree, the lights, the skaters! No
one would stop, they'd just pass it by.
I hope your article wakes up those who are so concerned about
attracting more business to their establishments. It's time for
everyone to take action and stop waiting (and blaming) someone else
for not doing it for them.