SQUAW VALLEY SKI HOLDINGS SPENT HUGE MONEY WHILE OPPOSING THE OLYMPIC VALLEY INCORPORATIONMarch 11, 2016 - Author: steph - No Comments
Andy, a short form name for Andrew, has been the chief executive officer of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings since the year 2010. He and Squaw Valley Ski Holdings had to spend thousands of dollars to oppose a political plan by a group of incorporation backers. The backers had a hidden agenda behind incorporating Olympic Valley and northern winter iconic resorts. They too spent thousands of dollars trying to make the plea of the California Commission, but the commission did not see the plan as viable. Hence, they had to withdraw their plea. The backers were an addition to the difficult time that residents of Lake Tahoe offshore had been undergoing through due to the unfavorable weather conditions.
Reno Gazette-Journal posted an article concerning this divisive situation. According to Andy Wirth, the aftermath of this divisive fight would have been a fiscal tragedy to residents of Olympic Valley. Fortunately, the weather conditions are now favorable because winter came early boosting their ski businesses and resorts too. The residents are experiencing healing after the tragedies are now over, and Wirth thinks that this community can only work together if they have the love for the community at hand, not their interests. This is because the backers had not considered that incorporating Olympic Valley means creating room for negligence in the development of the transport network in the area and plowing of snow to improve the condition of the ski areas.
Squaw Valley Ski Holdings owns a couple of resorts under its management in Olympic Valley which Andy manages. He has had more than 15 years’ experience in running ski resorts and mountain resorts. Wirth has a reputation also from his grandfather who was named Wirth and was behind the coming up of policy to protect the wildlife animals.
Currently, he was challenged with a question that is the current development project in Olympic Valley would affect the wildlife. Andy in response said that the gondola is passing through a privately owned land but where it’s touching the wildlife area will not have an effect on the animals. Andy works tirelessly to develop Olympic Valley and as a union to the people, he with time will invite the residents of Olympic Valley to construct the gondola with him. He has a connection with the life of Olympic Valley, and he strongly interacted with Navy Seals who became his great friends.
Apart from working as the Squaw Valley Ski Holdings CEO, Wirth also works as the chairperson of the Lake Tahoe-Reno Airport Authority Board. He is trusted in the board, and he appointed two new officials to work in the company so that they can bring new ideas to the company. His association with the board is a good gesture for tourists looking forward to skiing in Olympic Valley.