The movement to create a town was born of opposition to plans by Squaw Valley, a sprawling Sierra resort, to build new hotels, condos, commercial properties and a large recreation center over a 25-year period.
The movement to create a town was born of opposition to plans by Squaw Valley, a sprawling Sierra resort, to build new hotels, condos, commercial properties and a large recreation center over a 25-year period. Janet Fullwood Sacramento Bee file
The movement to create a town was born of opposition to plans by Squaw Valley, a sprawling Sierra resort, to build new hotels, condos, commercial properties and a large recreation center over a 25-year period. Janet Fullwood Sacramento Bee file

Olympic Valley incorporation bid pits residents against Squaw Valley resort

June 13, 2015 02:32 PM

UPDATED June 14, 2015 10:53 AM

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