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Hospital to Lease Former Rite Aid; Winter Vehicle Recreation Land Designated;...

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Former Rite Aid building leased to hospital; student activists win award; North Tahoe Trail construction moves forward; and more.

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.

Is It Too Expensive to Build?

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With the rising costs of materials and labor, the price of construction in our area has reached unprecedented levels. The local building industry has not fully felt the impacts yet, but the day could soon come.

Town General Plan Adoption Delayed, Time Needed to ‘Reestablish Community Trust’

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After cries of foul from community members saying the Truckee 2040 general plan update is not ready, council members voted Thursday to delay proposed adoption until early May.

A Hazy 2040 Vision

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Truckee’s 2040 General Plan is approaching its final adoption this spring. Town staff and council look forward to implementing it, but local organizations and individuals argue the plan still isn’t ready.

Truckee General Plan Trudging Forward Despite Advisory Committee Concern

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One of the foundational milestones of Truckee’s 2040 general plan, the land use alternatives, is being hotly debated to the point of a lack of consensus by the advisory committee. Still, tonight the planning commission is expected to make an alternative recommendation to the town council.

‘The Struggle Is Real’

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No days off, no employees, no end in sight. That is the plight for local plumbers, electricians, and other home-industry trade owners. A higher demand for services, coupled with a lack of local workforce, has created a stifling bind.

Business Briefs | February 11 – March 10, 2021

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North Lake TBID, Cottonwood property for sale, Snow Lab, Tahoe Forest Health System announces new physician, more.