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Your Short-Term Days Are Over

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Truckee’s new ADU ordinance, aimed at prioritizing long-term rentals, hurts some homeowners dependent on short-term rental income.

Year of the Zoom

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Video conferencing provided accessibility beyond our wildest dreams in 2020.

Three for the Price of One: Fighting Fast Fashion, Buying Locally,...

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Local secondhand shops provide residents and visitors ways to breathe additional life into clothing, housewares, and furniture, while also combatting a major environmental threat.

Clubhouse Goes Private, Expires Lease on Neighborhood Daycare Program

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Play Date, which has operated out of the Glenshire clubhouse for 20 years, faces a lease termination at the end of March. Multiple reasons fuel the decision, says the board.

Placer Brings Frustrations with Tourism Impacts to the Forefront

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Frustrations with overtourism came to a head in 2020 with Covid-19-inspired travels to the Tahoe Basin. Now, after a series of community conversations, Placer County is proposing a slew of tourism-mitigating solutions.

Home is Where the Lake Is

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Without a doubt, Truckee/North Tahoe experienced an influx of new residents in 2020, thanks in large part to the Covid-19 pandemic. But has anyone put a number to it?

Patching the Parachute

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The newspaper industry faces an ever-uncertain future, but the Truckee/North Tahoe region continues to support its only local, independent news source.

The Employee Experience During the Pandemic

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Is it fear of the coronavirus or appeal of financial assistance that’s causing hiring difficulties in Truckee/North Tahoe? Stories of employee successes and failures abide, and employers carry on throughout it all.

Staff at TTSA Divided in Advance of General Manager Contract Renewal

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Serious strife among TTSA staff continues and the dividing line seems to be general manager LaRue Griffin, who is up for renewal this year. Also, the regional water control board has begun an investigation.

One by One: Vaccinating the Locals

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Vaccines in El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, and Washoe counties have been administered to nearly 100,000 residents. A gap between supply and demand slows the process while insight from vaccinated locals shows enthusiasm for the rollout.

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