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Rock Climber Sentenced to Life; Female Pilots to Race; Bike Month...

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Local female pilots to race; pro rock climber sentenced for rape; events for bike month; and more.

Safeway Open to Purchase Offers; TART Celebrates 1 Million Rides; Volunteer...

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Bids being accepted for Safeway property; TDPUD announces new plans; beach clean-up efforts seeks volunteers; and more.

TART Connect Winter Hours; Placer Expands Parking Management; Grazing Project Proposed...

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Placer County will work with Palisades Tahoe to enforce parking restrictions; TART Connect expands winter hours; a 2,000-acre grazing project is proposed near Truckee; and more.

TART: Have Riders, Need Drivers

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With the busiest season for local transit upon Truckee/North Tahoe, buses are understaffed, and drivers overworked

Do Tell: Do You Use Public Transportation?

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For the December Do Tell, Jared Alden asks readers, “Do you use public transportation? If yes, how can the system be improved? If not, what would it take for you to use it?”

Public Hearing for Idaho Maryland Mine Project; Sled Hill Waste; More

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New Find Tahoe Tessie app; transportation questionnaire; SOS Outreach partners with Northstar; 2040 hearing recap; and a whole lot more.

Snowplow Names; Biomass Facility Grant; TART Connect Winter Pilot; More

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Amendments to Lake Tahoe Bike path project, local grants and investments, updated fire hazard map, and more.

Truckee Microtransit; Kings Beach Parking; Beach-Cleaning Robot; Museums; More

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It’s been a news-filled week! In this week’s round-up, we feature several original reporting briefs by Moonshine’s reporters, Alex Hoeft and Kyra Mattson. We also cover two local museums, a new mountain biking trail, microtransit, whether or not Kings Beach will see a new parking lot, and more. Read this week's news briefs on our website.

Use Extra TOT Funds to Take Care of Litter

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FaceOff: Resident Court Leve says more should be spent on trash generated by tourism taxes.

How TOT, TBID Funds Are Being Used

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FaceOff: NLTRA CEO Tony Karwowski says Placer County requires the money to fund transportation and affordable housing opportunities.