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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.

Readers Reflect | March 2023

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Readers argue: The Tahoe Forest Hospital District plan to expand is important to future Truckee development; Leaving some Homewood homes unoccupied is a sad thing; The Yaguras brought great events to Tahoe/Truckee

Challenge the Inevitability of Snarled Traffic

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“It’s a heart-hurt to view idling vehicles lined up as far as the eye can see,” our editors say collectively in this month’s group editorial. “There is a carrying capacity inherent for any system and clearly we are exceeding ours here.”

Readers Reflect | January 2023

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Readers chime in on the Tahoe Area Basin Plan amendments

Corona Pods

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The COVID shuffle, Artist Lofts construction edition.

I Saw the Signs … Become Stoplights

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This My Shot argues that Truckee has developed too much, too fast, and offers the solution of preserving and bolstering the town’s economy as is, with no new development.

July 3, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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Truckee Springs, a storied history

With a happily-ever-after ending on the horizon for Truckee Springs, it’s important to understand what this land has gone through. The parcel just south of downtown Truckee, which had been earmarked for development throughout its history is now slated to be preserved as public land in perpetuity by the Truckee Donner Land Trust. Greyson Howard, communications director for land trust, joins news reporter Alex Hoeft to discuss the land’s history.

July 2, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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Holliday goes off the Rail … yard

Rick and Nancy Holliday are officially stepping back as heads of the Railyard Project in Truckee. In this exclusive interview, Rick reflects on the many lessons he’s learned here, why Truckee was ahead of the curve, and what’s captured his imagination now.

County Planning Commission Denies Laulima Project

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Community concerned the project isn’t true mixed-use, wants to see more commercial options

Riverfront Park? Yes, But What Else?

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The remaining .37 acres of Truckee’s West River Site not yet designated as park space could serve as affordable housing, open space, or school construction rather than commercial development