Squaw Valley Statement About Water Condition

In October, 2016 a heavy rain fall affected some of the water systems in Placer County. The storm led to the contamination of two water systems at Squaw Valley. They were at High Camp and Gold Coast. The water at the resort has been treated consistently since the incident, and is improving. Of the four wells involved, three are showing lower levels of coliform and none are currently showing E. coli. It is expected that the whole problem should be resolved in a very short time.

 

Restaurants at the upper mountain are still closed, and skiers are not allowed to drink the water, no health issues have been reported. Skiing is still allowed. The resort has been working with Placer County Environmental Health and other agencies to fix the problems caused by the inclement weather. Squaw Valley states that these were the only systems affected at the resort. All others are completely normal.

 

Squaw Valley Resort said that no contaminated water was ever available to the public during this time. Immediately after it was detected, actions were taken to protect the public. Squaw Valley will not return these two areas to normal water usage until they are assured by health officials that the water is again safe.

 

Squaw Valley says that the safety of their customers is extremely important to them and they are taking this issue very seriously. Guests at the affected areas will have free bottled water for drinking. They will let the public know when the issue has been completely resolved.

 

 

 

Talk Fusions Charitable Success

When Talk Fusion was founded in 2007 their focus was placed on helping people. They give to the communities by helping people achieve their dreams and build their futures. Bob Reina acts as the companies CEO and is committed to the goals of the company.

Bob’s influence has been incredible. His love of animals was responsible for a donation to the Humane Society of $1 million. He also supports an orphanage in Indonesia. His actions are mirrored by the team at Talk Fusion and have spread to 140 countries.

Bob began a program at Talk Fusion so every employee can donate one account absolutely free to a charity they choose. This package includes Video Chat, Sign-up Forms, Live Meetings and Video Email and Newsletters.

Helping people has remained Bob’s biggest goal. His main interest is how Talk Fusion has changed peoples lives. This encompasses everything from medical expenses for saving lives to helping family and friends with their finances. He uses his success to help as many people as he can. He makes donations, has helped the victims of the earthquake in Nepal and aided the people affected when the tsunami hit Japan. His mission has succeeded and as a result has aided people all over the world.

Bob Reina has been described as readily accessible, down to earth and one cool dude. In his early career he was a Deputy for the Hillsborough County Sheriff. He then focused on direct sales. It didn’t take long before he became one of the top salesmen in his field. Eventually he founded Talk Fusion.

He was responsible for providing a new video technology which was the beginning of the success of Talk Fusion. He now has over twenty years experience in law enforcement and marketing. He still stands behind causes to help animals and is a highly respected member of his community.

 

Tech Entrepreneur Jason Hope Is Always Looking Toward A Bright Future

Internet and tech entrepreneur Jason Hope has had a long and illustrious career. After graduating from Arizona State University, he founded his first tech firm, Jawa, in the early 2000s. He grew Jawa into one of the country’s premier providers of premium mobile content within a few short years. In an era before iPhones, when many people still didn’t even have cell phones, Mr. Hope saw the possibilities for delivering on-demand content directly to the cellular devices of anyone who wanted it, no matter where in the world they were. In this, he presaged a multi-billion dollar industry that would come to dominate the tech sector, the advent of mobile applications.

The child is father of the man

Mr. Hope had always been interested in the possibilities that future technologies could unlock for people to live better lives. As a young man, he was an avid reader of magazines such as Popular Science, Nature and Wired. He was almost addicted to staying abreast of the latest directions in which technological innovation was heading. He knew that he wanted to be an innovator and driver of new paradigms in technology.

After his initial success with Jawa, Mr. Hope moved into a series of other ventures including commercial software development, search engine optimization firms, or SEO for short, and development of a series of mobile device applications for business professionals. While he has enjoyed success in all these areas, today, he is focused in writing about and bringing to fruition projects in what he sees as the dominant force of the next 100 years, the Internet of Things.

Hope has been spending his time lately writing for a variety of tech magazines and as a guest blogger raising public awareness about the myriad ways in which the Internet of Things is poised to dramatically shift the fundamental ways in which people interact with their world.

Hope believes the widespread adoption of smart appliances, mechanical devices and even hardware fixtures will usher in an age of unprecedented productivity and leisure, finally bringing to fruition the much anticipated 15 hour work week that was the unrealized promise of the industrial revolution.

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