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The director of Camp Lakeview, an organization affiliated with a religious group was reviewing the camp's operations. Although it had been successful over the past four years, the enterprise was reaching a capacity crossroads. The director realized that changes were required to avoid having to turn campers away. The director was considering three options: adding new facilities and cabins to the current campground, building a new campground nearby or sending some campers to an alternative facility. The magnitude of the potential changes required a decision soon if they were to be in place before the camp season arrived.