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A memo from Bob Fonts to Red McCombs, referring to the Pitcher 's as a "mouse" is part of the discovery papers filed in a massive lawsuit between the owners of Wolf Creek Ski area and a group that wants to build the largest ski village in the U.S. at its base. Davey Pitcher is the CEO and President of Wolf Creek Pass. He and his family is fighting an expansion effort by billionare B.J. Red McCombs at the base of his resort. If built, the Village at Wolf Creek will have 2,100 housing units and 222,00 square feet of commercial space built on 288 acres, 115 that are currently skiable terrain and large part in wetlands in the Alberta meadows. Pitcher says "It is the families assessment that the McCombs group is trying to steal our ski area. With 465 inches of snowfall, there's a lot of issues. We are not opposed to development as long as it is proven to be reasonable and practical." (DENNIS SCHROEDER/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)

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