There have been some hurdles that Squaw Valley’s Resort has had to pass in order to expand out. The Placer County Planning commission has given the approval for resort to move forward with the project. In the fall is when the project will move to the County Board of Supervisors for the final approval process.
The CEO Andy Wirth of Squaw Valley is pleased with the meeting and discussion of one key issue. The issue is with the traffic and transit. They could all agree on this as being an issue. Jesse Patterson, who is the deputy director of the League to Save Lake Tahoe discussed that the region cannot handle any more traffic.
Andy Wirth says that he wanted to lead the charge to solve the issue with the traffic. They have developed some initiatives so they could be in front of voters by fall or the next fall season.
However, Patterson is saying that he would like to see that on paper because none of it was documented. Right now, it’s just all talk and that’s it.
According to CBS, Andy Wirth has worked hard to make Squaw Valley’s ski area the top tourist destination in the world. He is a major contributor to the environmental and community service organizations in the Lake Tahoe area. He would like to improve the area so that it will be for people of all ages to come and enjoy.
Andy Wirth also has a background of other major things that he has done regarding his career. Mr. Wirth was a Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation since June of 2009. He has responsibility for all aspects of the sales and marketing at the resort.
He has 24 years of experience of sales and marketing in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. He also served as vice president of sales and marketing in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Mr Wirth is also the President of Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Board of Directors. Regarding his education, Mr. Wirth also holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree that he earned from Colorado State University. To Mr Wirth has also attended Edinburgh University in Scotland.