Not a peep out of AAC in four years?

So your point is what?

Are you defining community to include a half-dozen small property owners along with the 50,000 "climber-days" per season?

GCC guy likes to call this tiny group the "stake holders." Is politi-speak for wanna-be state representatives. Then you've got the millionaire bird-watcher creeps more-or-less running Monhonk. Also "stakeholders."

When I reached current AAC president three years ago (with great difficulty only following multiple emails to many board members) and inquired, his claimed his awareness of MUA issue was zero.

He said he wasn't interested.