So Olympic Valley incorporation backers have finally retreated, a Reno-Gazette Journal news release recently reported. This means Andy Wirth and the entire Squaw Valley community are now enjoying restful nights, right? Well, while they’ve overcome this hurdle, there’s a lot left to do. Surely, Squaw Valley Holdings CEO and president, Andy Wirth hasn’t denied this fact. In fact, he’s optimistic about the recent revelation and has a slew of developments underway to improve life throughout the region. With several obstructions, particularly the slew of natural disasters that enveloped along the North shore districts within the Lake Tahoe zone; survival of small business venture and winter escapes was uncertain for a moment.
The majestic Olympic Valley landscape is instrumental to the entire Squaw Valley community and surrounding areas. In fact, it’s home to some the most popular winter sports topography. Luckily, it has supporters like Andy Wirth who believes in preserving the natural beauty of this picturesque landscape. Surely, it was an expensive political battle on both sides. Wirth invested a generous fortune fighting in preserving Olympic Valley. His reasons for doing so was a thoughtful gesture since the incorporation would’ve had the meanest effect on businesses and residents alike. It would’ve resulted in higher taxation for the entire Lake Tahoe district.
Wirth strongly supports a greater vision of a more efficient Squaw Valley. He’s launched a mini-documentary series aired on CBS, which takes viewers on a virtual tour as he and his committed restore Lake Tahoe. Sierra Sun reported on Andy Wirth’s appointment as RSCVA (Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitor’s Authority) chairman, a revelation which happened in 2013. Two years into chairing the RSCVA, Wirth has embarked on numerous projects, which have greatly benefitted the entire constituency. With superior expertise as a directorate of international resort operation and management, Wirth is capable of success.
Powder, an online media house released news about the long-rumored gondola Andy Wirth promised. According to stories, this extension should link two pivotal ski areas. It’s rumored that it’ll include an air-lift connection, however, Wirth hasn’t remarked on the idea. The base-to-base gondola will connect Squaw Valley to Alpine Meadows, which are two of Lake Tahoe’s most prestigious ski resorts.
Wirth has remained committed to restoring prestige to the prominent Lake Tahoe circle. He’s an active catalyst encouraging the preservation of the natural environment, community resources, and transportation services. He’s fixated on improving quality life throughout the region for residents, visitors, and businesses. Wirth launched the Wounded Warrior Support initiative after surviving a near-fatal accident while skydiving. In an effort to advance rescue efforts, he launched this fundraiser to support the NSF (Navy Seal Foundation). With this organization, reuniting families with a stranded relative(s) is imminent.