Jay Peak wants to pay feds for more customs officers to ensure short wait at border for Canadian skiers
The ski resort has applied to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to ensure that skiers from Canada don't have a long wait on Saturday mornings at the North Troy port on their way to Jay Peak, resort president and CEO Bill Stenger said Saturday.
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