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Hirschdale Property Owner Installs Gate; Locals Join Olympics for XC Skiing;...

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Briefs: 17 Jan. - 24 Jan. 2022 featuring a new gate in place in Hirschdale, local expert cross-country skiers who will compete as first time Olympians, and more.

Town of Truckee Announces Survey to Update STR Ordinance; NLTRA Seeks...

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Jan. 10 to 16, 2022’s news, business, and transition briefs: Gravity Haus announces new community outpost; new compost drop-off option; El Dorado County appoints director of planning and building; more

Dixie Fire Cause Determined to Be PG&E Electrical Distribution Lines; Power...

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Briefs: 3 Jan. - 10 Jan., online only, including information on power outages that have now lasted weeks for over 10,000 residents; local emergency measures back due to pending winter storms; and Cal Fire investigators have identified a fallen PG&E line as the cause of the massive Dixie Fire.

Counties Declare Emergency Due to Storm; Caltrans Urges Essential Travel Only;...

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News Briefs: 28 Dec., 2021 - 2 Jan., 2022: online only, including information on county local states of emergency and Caltrans’ recommendation to limit car travel to essential trips.

Largest Invasive Species Removal Project Announced for Tahoe; 301 New Affordable...

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News Briefs: 20 Dec. - 27 Dec., 2021: online only

Artown Reaches Benchmark; Judges Support Term Limits for Supreme Court; TSD...

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News Briefs: 13 Dec. - 19 Dec. 2021: Online only

News Briefs | 9 December 2021 – 12 January 2022

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Study projects low-to-no snow in Tahoe’s future; Pacific Bell ordered to remove 8 miles of lead-leaching telecom lines; environmental review begins at Dollar Creek Crossing; more

STRs March On

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A cozy den renovated in time for the return of short-term rentals to Placer County.

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.

Tahoe is Broken

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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.