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Tahoe is Broken

The author of this My Shot is part of the new coalition Take Back Tahoe which aims to restrict the number and location of STRs on the North Shore; here’s her outline of the extent of the problem and solutions she sees that could start to solve it.

Care for Your Credit Score

It affects your ability to get a job, your access to loans, and your ability to qualify for various types of insurance. Can you repair or upgrade your credit score? Yes. Here’s how.

News Briefs | 11 November – 8 December 2021

Caldor post-fire BAER assessment report released; more

Housing Dilemma

A real estate agent for over 40 years and a Tahoe/Truckee resident for over 50, the author of this My Shot describes her perspective on the “developing and increasing” housing crisis over the years.

Business Briefs | 11 November – 8 December 2021

Tahoe Prosperity Center releases regional economic report; Squaw Alpine Transit Company expands mountain service; Daron Rahlves joins Palisades Tahoe athletic team; more

Truckee General Plan Trudging Forward Despite Advisory Committee Concern

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.

Back in the Zone KidZone Reopens After 18 Months

Get back in the zone — the KidZone Museum, that is! The popular indoor fun and learning destination for families around the area has finally reopened following an 18-month pandemic closure.

Adversarial Front Line Caused by Forest Service Ineptitude

In a bold tell-all, a state firefighter blames the U.S. Forest Service’s mismanagement for “willful and intentional destruction” of California lands.

Treasure Trove of Transfer Fees

Bit by bit, transfer fees from residential developments around Truckee have provided $30 million to regional nonprofits, funding environmental efforts, workforce housing, kids programs, and more.

The Enforcers

Frustrated residents see code enforcement as a lengthy process with slow results, but the agencies empowered to protect our area’s environment and public safety say this is intentional. Who is right?