About Squaw Valley Resort
The Squaw Valley Resort has been undergoing various expansion plans and just recently, it crossed yet another hurdle on its way to approval. According to a Tahoe-based reporter Army Westervelt, the project will move to County Board of Supervisors this fall for the final approval.
The resort’s CEO, Mr. Andy Wirth, is pleased with the civility of the meeting and the discussions around the key issue, which is the current norm around transit and traffic. The issue has nothing to do with the resort’s efforts on the redevelopment packet.
Jesse Patterson who is the vice-director of the League to Save Lake Tahoe believes the region cannot handle any more traffic, and their primary concern is that excellent projects for the lake would not be approved since down the line, there won’t be any room left for traffic. Read more: Andy Wirth Elected Chairman of Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation
Wirth wants to lead the charge in resolving the traffic issue. He says, they have developed some initiatives believes come this or next fall, they will approach voters to fund Placer County-wide and look for credible mass transit system at North Lake Tahoe. Patterson wants less talk, and more action and he wants to see a substantive commitment to the environmental document.
About Andy Wirth
Real leadership is the backbone of any business, and Squaw Valley Resort has one such individual, Mr. Andy Wirth, the company’s sitting CEO. The resort is located in Olympic Valley, CA. Also, Wirth is the current Chairman of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board. He is bold and has unique leadership and management ideas. Wirth is, without a doubt, an appealing and interesting leader.
As the CEO and President of the Ski, Andy Wirth is active in promoting the resort’s environmental and community service while serving and growing wherever he can. He focuses on such efforts within the Lake Tahoe area; he listens to the suggestions and ideas from participating audiences and seeks genuine desires to make the area and its surroundings a safe and healthy place to live.
Other Roles and Activities
According to CBS and Crowdrise, Andy Wirth founded the Wounded Warrior Support to honor the five male members of the Navy SEALS. It offers support fundraising efforts for the foundation. The organization provides high-quality services not just for the members, but for family members as well.
From such efforts, Andy has realized the importance of courage when in the absence of strength. Mr. Wirth has been recognized within the ski area which is his specialty. He connected two known ski areas to attach a gondola run, which remains one of his greatest achievements.