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Placer County Supervisor Candidates Share Tahoe-Focused Thoughts

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Four candidates vie for Placer County’s District 5, which includes North Tahoe. How does Lake Tahoe and its residents/economy fit into their platforms?

Recall of IVGID Trustees Fails; North Tahoe Building Amendments To Go...

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More than $14 million invested in Eastern Placer County; a local alumni gives Stanford convocation speech; more.

The Affordable Housing Experiment

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Two decades after its inception, Hopkins Village has become an experiment: How do you build affordable homes and have the project make sense financially?

Whack the Traffic Woes?

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No two ways about it, downhill ski traffic is bad this winter. This special report by Tim Hauserman looks at the impacts and what is being done about it.

Though Challenges Persist, We’re Making Lasting Progress on Workforce Housing

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Placer County Supervisor Cindy Gustafson points to the positive gains made in workforce housing despite the crisis Tahoe continues to wade through. Enews email excerpt: Amid a housing crisis that still hasn’t recovered from 2008, Placer County Supervisor Cindy Gustafson argues that there is work being done to address Tahoe’s shortage of homes for the local workforce.

Precedented

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California courts to decide how strict development regulation just outside the Tahoe Basin needs to be.

STR Moratorium Stills the Waters

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A moratorium on new short-term rentals in Eastern Placer County allows county officials to revise its STR ordinance while also giving homebuyers pause as the new rules are established.

Firework Displays a No-Go This Fourth of July

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Firework displays in North Tahoe/Truckee are canceled for this Fourth of July. The pandemic is partly to blame, but so too is concern of increased visitation and potential wildfire.

Year of the Zoom

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Video conferencing provided accessibility beyond our wildest dreams in 2020.

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.