Could snowmaking be coming to the Flagstaff Snow Park at Fort Tuthill? It’s possible says park owner Jonathan Allen. He spoke at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting and told members how last year went in the park’s first year and how it could be if the park was open for 60 days. Allen says the park was open for just 26 days last year and made the county just over 78-hundred dollars of revenue. He told the board if the park was open 60 days, the county’s take could be around 28-thousand dollars. Allen says snowmaking is needed to make being open 60 days possible. Some options include hauling in snow from other areas of the city, making snow from potable water and even possibly using synthetic snow. Supervisor Art Babbott says the park has infrastructure issues to make snow, but is open to ideas. Allen says if the park is open for more days, it would take more traffic off the Highway 180 corridor. The board is expected to take up the matter at another upcoming work session.