Why Incorporate Olympic Valley?

Global warming is sounding a little more like reality to skeptics now after the terrible winter drought. The iconic winter resort of Olympic Valley has had troubles with the weather lately. The past few years have been troubling in many ways to be frank. The Reno-Gazette Journal reported that the resort and its president has been fighting to stop the incorporation efforts of the Squaw Valley Resorts. The CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings Andy Wirth says that incorporating the resorts will raise taxes for residents and businesses. “It was truly a recipe for disaster, for fiscal disaster” says Andy Wirth about the idea of incorporating. He was diligent in his efforts to stop the process ,and his efforts were rewarded. Squaw Valley Holdings spent over a hundred thousand dollars to stop the incorporating with its president saying that he hopes the city will focus on transportation and other issues the community has.
Andy Wirth, the CEO and president of Squaw Holdings LLC, is quite the philanthropist. He is deeply involved with the Lake Tahoe area community and spending his time and money on improving the area. The survivor of a skydiving accident, Wirth founded Wounded Warrior Support. The Ironman team honors the Navy SEALS and raises money for the Navy SEALS foundation.
Andy Wirth was named the chairman of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board. His experience in resort management and work to develop flights for resorts in Utah, Colorado, and Canada made him a great man for the job. Wirth stated “I am honored to represent the RSCVA and to serve as chairman of an entity that is vital to our regional economy.” Wirth does a lot to make Squaw Valley top resort in the industry and to make his community a better place. He does the same for his business, you can see him on an episode of Horrible Bosses. This says a lot about the CEO.

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