I heard Andy Wirth on KCRW Radio, and he appeared on Press Play with Madeleine Brand to talk about the drought and tourism in California. Andy Wirth owns lodges in the Olympic Valley that rely on the ski season, and he wants to make sure that the state is going to take as much action as possible to prevent the drought from getting out of hand. They need to be as green as they can be, and he shared ideas about helping the region to stay as strong as possible. Read more: How Will the Drought Affect California Ski Resorts?
He has companies that he needs to take care, and he also wants to make sure that the normal people of the area are able to live there comfortably. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=36030954&privcapId=7911768
That even includes the people that work at his lodges. Everyone who works and lives in the area deserves a fair chance to do their best with what they have in the face of this drought.
Andy Wirth wants to see the whole state come together as one to help provide the best kinds of help for the environment, and he wants to make sure that he can keep his people on the payroll. He wants to avoid problems with incorporation, and he wants to see the community work together so that they can get through the drought.
They want to be sure that they have been given the best chance possible to have a nice community, and he wants to help the whole state to get the rain falling again. There is not enough snow sometimes in the valley, but Andy Wirth knows that teamwork can solve the problems that have been presented.