Two major ski resort expansions have stalled in the Deerfield Valley, and for a region that relies on tourism, that means a loss of potential business and visitors.
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A $52 million project at Mount Snow is on hold due to problems with its funding through the federal EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. And at The Hermitage Club, a private ski resort on Haystack Mountain outside Wilmington, a more than $300 million investment is tied up while the company waits for its Act 250 permit.
John Reagan has owned Dot's Restaurant for 36 years.
The restaurant is a favorite for tourists and locals. It's located in the center of Wilmington, where Routes 9 and 100 cross. Dot's is open seven days a week, when people come for the snow, for the foliage, and all summer.
And through it all, Reagan says one thing remains constant.
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