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The Far-Reaching Effects of Drought
The drought isn’t a problem … at least for human use. The long-range effects for the land are a different beast, with increasing tree die-offs, shrinking snowpack, and ever-graver wildfire threats.
Your Short-Term Days Are Over
Truckee’s new ADU ordinance, aimed at prioritizing long-term rentals, hurts some homeowners dependent on short-term rental income.
Off and Running
Placer County has been removed from the state’s COVID-19 monitoring list. It must remain off the list for 14 days before schools can reopen. But what about businesses?
Outdoor Dining Expansions Could Close Part of Donner Pass Road
Lake Tahoe’s surrounding counties are a patchwork quilt of what’s been newly mandated to stop service or not. Plus, closing Donner Pass Road isn’t off the table to accommodate expanding outdoor dining.
A Hurricane Named COVID
Healthcare capacity isn’t overwhelmed yet, “but it doesn’t mean we couldn’t get there.”
Business owners in some “high-risk” industries are facing uncertain futures in these unprecedented times. Read how they’re adapting business plans in an effort to stay alive.
News Briefs | May 14 – June 10, 2020
Conservancy Restoring Wetland SOUTH LAKE TAHOE The California Tahoe Conservancy recently announced that construction has begun on restoring the Upper Truckee River Marsh, the largest wetland...
Tahoe on Precipice of Phased Reopening
Local counties eye an exit from coronavirus hibernation. At the same time, increased local capacity for testing is coming online, but the white whale of robust contact tracing is still being chased.
What Does Newsom’s ‘Stay At Home’ Mean in Tahoe/Truckee?
Local law enforcement plan to remind, not arrest, those not complying with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s “stay at home” order in the face of the spread of the coronavirus.