Incline Village attorney named to Washoe County CAB |

Incline Village attorney named to Washoe County CAB

Washoe County Commissioner Chair Marsha Berkbigler recently appointed Andrew N. Wolf, a managing partner at Incline Law Group, to the Incline Village/Crystal Bay Citizen Advisory Board.

Wolf is a real estate lawyer with extensive experience in land use, business and construction law who has practiced for more than 25 years in Incline Village.

“I am excited to continue providing service to our community through participation on the Incline Village/Crystal Bay Citizen Advisory Board,” Wolf said in a statement. “I look forward to taking part in creating sustainable growth and policies for Incline Village and Crystal Bay.”

Wolf and his family reside in Incline Village. He is a board member and corporate secretary for the Diamond Peak Ski Education Foundation and a member of the Incline Village Golf Club.

He has taught Risk Management and Business Law classes at Sierra Nevada College and occasionally serves as Judge Pro Tem for the Incline Justice Court of Washoe County.

Washoe County’s CABs are asked to study and advise their commissioners on local public issues, including regulations that guide planning for and building neighborhoods, development proposals, public safety, scope of local government services, discussions on how to allocate local taxpayer funds, the status of erosion control and road programs, and the need for regional open space programs, according to the county. 

Comments or concerns related to the CAB may be emailed to

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