A person from the group of pro-incorporation backers wonders why Ski Holdings spent thousands of dollars opposing their petition to merge Olympic Valley with the northern iconic winter sports. That they had hidden interest and did not want the residents to make important decisions concerning the land. This is a non-viable decision just as their incorporation plan was according to the California Commission. Wirth and Ski Holding were opposing the deterioration of businesses and development in the Olympic Valley which would have been the results of incorporation. Andy thinks the plan was a recipe for huge disaster in the financial situation the Lake Tahoe offshore residents.
Taxes would rise; the transport and snow plowing among other development projects would be neglected. The worse situation would be the isolation of Olympic Valley from other areas in Northern America which have plenty of resources, unlike Olympic Valley. The situation was already bad considering the tough environmental conditions that have been witnessed in the area for four years. The ski business is rejuvenating now for a long time. The residents were facing a tough time, and incorporation petition came to toughen the situation. However, the good thing is that the area is experiencing showers and cold temperature earlier this winter season. Reno Gazette-Journal posted the great news.The backer of incorporation also withdrew their petition, and Olympic Valley is now exercising healing from all those problems.
Andy, a short name for Andrew, is an expert in promoting quality in his development plans. When he was against the petition most definitely he did not see the plan adding any value to Olympic Valley. At the age of 52 years, Andy is the Chief executive officer of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings LP and a chairperson of the Lake Tahoe-Reno Airport Authority board. He joined Squaw Valley in 2010 and has an over 15 years’ experience with management resorts and mountain hotels. He also worked with the Tahoe Airlines in connecting the resorts with the airport and managing the whole process. Andy Wirth works very hard in all his endeavors to promote quality. His current project the base to the base gondola is a proof of his efforts to promote development in Olympic Valley. Andy appreciates the residents of Squaw Valley and wants them to be part of this great construction project.
Wirth studied Bachelors of Science but has been in the resort sector for long. He is also practicing philanthropy together with his team known as iron steam. His current donation is to Navy Seal Foundation a group that had a great impact on his health when he was recuperating from the deadly accident at Squaw Valley while skydiving. The accident hurt is arm so bad that it took him very long to heal. He is also an active person in outdoor activities especially as an undercover boss of Squaw Valley.