Squaw Valley Ski Holdings has contributed $121,163.15 to “Save Olympic Valley”, an organization created to oppose the incorporation of Olympic Valley. The incorporation of Olympic valley is being spearheaded by “Incorporate Olympic Valley”. Squaw Valley has formally come out against the incorporation of Olympic Valley. To read the full campaign contribution document please visit: Campaigndocs.PlacerElections.com
SnowBrains’ editor Miles Clark interviewed two of the board members of “Incorporate Olympic Valley”, Tom Day & Dr. Fred Ilfeld, last week and we were hoping to have that interview up this week, but it has been delayed to next week due to having too much fun in Mammoth this past Memorial Day Weekend. Squaw Valley declined our request to interview them about this topic.
Incorporate Olympic Valley has gathered about $80,000 via private donations, grants, and crowd funding to pay for the fees included in bringing incorporation to ballot.
Save Olympic Valley’s mission statement:
Save Olympic Valley is a local coalition of concerned residents, business owners, property owners, workers and others who have come together with Squaw Valley to ask the tough questions that deserve to be answered. We have asked the Placer County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) to consider these questions as well as an alternate municipal boundary, comprehensive fiscal analysis and Environmental Impact Report when reviewing the IOV proposal.
Incorporate Olympic Valley’s mission statement: