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In Memoriam

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They aren’t here anymore, but they are our educators, laborers, friends, and neighbors, nonetheless. Presenting: the Ink’s memorial wall for locals displaced by the housing crisis.

Voices of the Displaced

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They aren’t here anymore, but they are our educators, laborers, friends, and neighbors, nonetheless. Presenting: the Ink’s memorial wall for locals displaced by the housing crisis.

Tackling Invasive Species is a Truckee/Tahoe Priority

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While the most visible ecological threats like litter and wildfire deserve our attention, the League to Save Lake Tahoe’s CEO wants you to understand that invasive species are a true threat to the lake’s health and clarity, right now.

Don’t Blame the Visitor for Structural Problems

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One North Shore resident feels there’s been a sense of blaming visitors on community issues like the housing shortage and trash since the onslaught of Covid-19. His My Shot provides his perspective on structural problems he sees as the real root cause.

Word on the Street

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Keeping it reused in this month’s Think Local, we check in with people’s best-thrifted finds.

Major Tax Dilemma for Locals

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One North Shore resident says the proposed TBID is taxation without representation in this My Shot.

North Lake Tahoe’s TBID Offers Multiple Solutions for Some of Our...

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The North Shore’s proposed Tourism Business Improvement District has a fan in longtime Tahoe City-ite Jeff “Ox” Oxandaboure, who argues in his My Shot that by putting TOT money under the control of the NLTRA, rather than Placer County, the North Shore will have more local control.

Business Briefs | March 11 – April 8, 2021

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Local businesses turn to Go Fund Me; Truckee start-up aims to connect neighbors in need with local donors; TD golf course completes $2 million renovation; more.

Tahoe, Meet Pacaso

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Pacaso helps make second homeownership a reality by connecting potential buyers — and it started right here at Tahoe.

We’re Stayin’ Alive, Stayin’ Alive

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Several local businesses have pushed back against state and national regulations during COVID, and over the course of the last few months the Ink spoke with a few about the reasons why.