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This should be a very informative meeting for all people interested in the future of Squaw Valley
We are excited to have Placer County LAFCO's Executive Director Kris Berry as our guest speaker at this month's community meeting, on Tuesday, August 5, 7 pm at the SVPSD. Ms Berry will be giving an overview of the LAFCO process for incorporating Olympic Valley as a town, as well as answering questions from the audience. All interested Squaw Valley stakeholders are encouraged to attend!
The Mountain Run is this Saturday!
Now in its 34th year, the historic Squaw Mountain Run is expected to draw more than 500 runners when it returns to the slopes of Squaw Valley on Saturday,
Sierra Business Council's president gives his thoughts on the water bond.
Before they left Sacramento for summer recess, legislators said they would work together to hammer out a new water bond bill when they returned in August.
Last year, this opinion piece was written by a Squaw second homeowner. Do you agree with the author?
KSL proposes to impose a mini-Vail set of resort hotels and condos on Squaw Valley, but it is a mismatch.
A gathering to celebrate Jamie's life will be this Saturday at the Chammy, starting at 1:30 pm.
There has been some chatter lately about who owns and operates Squaw Valley. Learn more about KSL, who completed the purchase in November, 2010.
KSL Capital Partners, one of Denver's largest private-equity funds, is acquiring California's storied Squaw Valley USA ski area, home to the 1960 Winter Olympics.
Update on the foothill fires
More evacuations are underway Saturday morning in Amador and El Dorado counties, as a fast-moving wildfire continues to burn thousands of acres.
Here are KSL's proposed zoning changes, as they seek entitlements for the expanded Village at Squaw Valley
The WSJ covers the battle for control of Squaw Valley
The WSJ does a nice job in pointing out that the fight over the future of Squaw Valley is not a unique situation.
The presentation of the final Water Supply Assessment to the SVPSD Board will be on Tuesday, July 29 at 10 am, at the PSD.
Here's a recap of the Supervisors visit to the Village at Squaw Valley earlier this week.
KSL's latest campaign financing reporting for Save Olympic Valley
To date, SVSH and KSL have been the sole contributors to SOV, with contributions totaling nearly $240,000 over the last 3 months.
"The unavoidable reality is that alpine towns that have risen around the sport of skiing--once full of heart, soul and character--increasingly resemble the crowded, polluted, sprawling and undistinguished landscapes that characterize so much of modern America." -Hal Clifford, 2001
Purchase your early bird tickets by July 30
Saturday, Sunday, Monday September 6th - 8th, 2014
Sierra Watch's statement on yesterday's meeting
UnofficialAlpine.com recaps yesterday's meeting with the Placer County Board of Supervisors
The Placer County Board of Supervisors held an informational meeting regarding the Squaw Valley Village Specific Plan at the Base Camp marketing center today.
TGR recaps the first ever ski-base jump by Squaw's own Rick Sylvester
Sylvester would launch off of the 3,000 foot drop with his life depending on a self-release system the film team designed to kick the skis from his feet.
Friends of Squaw Valley's mission is to advocate for environmental sustainability, economic viability and development that is compatible to our community’s character.
UA's view on Andy Wirth's latest interview
Squaw Valley Ski Holdings CEO Andy Wirth gave an interview to the Tahoe Daily Tribune this week. From Wirth's standpoint, it was an important opportunity to regain some trust from the public.
Squaw Valley's Water Supply Assessment, courtesy of Moonshine Ink
In case you were wondering what this afternoon's hail storm looked liked on radar, here ya go.
Afternoon #thunderstorm engulfs #Tahoe. Micro Doppler sequence.
This has just been released by Placer County: ========================================================= The Placer County Board of Supervisors will hold a public workshop on the Village at Squaw Val