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The Rising Cost of Living in California

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Court Leve warns California residents about the large increases in home and auto insurance coming their way, with little notice from the state.

New Truckee Library Moves Forward; Discount Lift Tickets; Wildfire Protection Plan;...

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Over $1 million in scholarships available to TTUSD students; new Truckee Library moves forward; discount lift tickets benefit local schools; CATT welcomes its first female board president; and more.

Carrying Capacity Should Determine Environmental Action

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In this April My Shot, retired attorney Ron Grassi contends that Lake Tahoe’s regulators should use the determined carrying capacity of the Basin when it approves developments and other projects.

TRPA No Longer Serves the Environment or “Us”

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In her April My Shot, Kristina Hill urges locals to pay attention to TRPA Governing Board actions. She maintains that TRPA no longer works for the environment or the individual homeowner, but rather is too focused on big developers and money.

Let My People Go to School

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In her My Shot opinion piece, Carolyn Highland shares how difficult a constant barrage of downhill ski resort traffic makes life for teachers, students, and other community members.

Traffic’s Imperfect Storm

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Truckee-based photographer Court Leve witnessed ski traffic congestion from a crows-eye view recently when he captured video and photos of the long lines with his drone. Then he attended meetings to find solutions. Here are his thoughts in this month’s My Shot.

Join the Fight to Protect our Community

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In this February My Shot, TCPUD general manager Sean Barclay outlines why it’s important for ratepayers to invest in water distribution infrastructure.

Acts of Grace

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Ken and Terry Yagura, having spent four-plus decades in North Tahoe and dedicated countless hours to important volunteer community projects, including Arts for the Schools and the Boys & Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe, detail the changes in their lives that Japanese internment camps made during World War II.

Tramway Builder, Former Palisades President Passes

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Palisades Tahoe (formerly Squaw Valley USA) legend and prolific tramway builder Hans Burkhart passed away at age 87. His family and Pete Bansen share this tribute.

Homewood’s Bait and Switch

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Kathleen Annice argues that visitors and locals should make sure Homewood Mountain Resorts gets more public review for its current changes, including its stated hope to turn the area into a luxury lifestyle club.