Olympic Valley Incorporation Isn’t Gonna Happen Now
Andy Wirth, President of one of the most beautiful and pristine tourist destinations. Lake Tahoe is one of the areas people come for fun in the snow and skiing. The ski resort area is well known. Back years ago the ski area of Tahoe hosted the winter Olympics. Ever since that time, people flock to the ski resorts for their winter fun. Recently an article appeared in the Reno Gazette-Journal. The article feature was talking about a possible incorporation with Olympic Valley. People of the area were in fear that they may lose some of their terrains. Backers were hoping to incorporate Olympic Valley but due to the money spent by Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, and other businesses, the relief stopped the venture.
In the past four years, Lake Tahoe has suffered because of the little snow accumulation and the warmer than normal winter. It was a fear that the incorporation could cause problems for the local businesses and decrease the services such as road scraping and snow plowing that was normal. Reading the article, we can see that Squaw Valley has plans for improvement to the area. A gondola is in the works to connect places such as Squaw Valley and some of the other resort areas. Alpine Meadows ski areas are part of the plans for the gondola. Opposing the incorporation was something Andy was not scared to announce. Check out the article for yourself at www.rgj.com/story/life/outdoors/recreation/2015/12/03/squaw-alpine-boss-looks-turn-page-divisive-fight/76735928/. Look hard and you may see the Undercover boss as well.
Places like Lake Tahoe have been part of the ski resort branch for many years. The area resorts gained interest after the Winter Olympics used the slopes for ski competitions. The beauty of the area brings winter tourist back. The resorts are set up for relaxation and snow skiing fun. Wine bars and shopping areas are also a large part of the town. Driving up to Lake Tahoe and the Ski resorts is a beautiful and mystical drive. People from all over the world are taking the time to visit. They can enjoy the mountain snow and the tall redwoods that make up the mountain scenery. Visiting the area is something the chamber is hoping you will do. Make sure to check the roads before heading up. There are reasonable rates for fun in the snow. There are people like Andy Wirth working hard to give you a vacation you will never forget.