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Kiwanis Club of North Lake Tahoe, one of the basin's longstanding nonprofits, recently donated $10,000 to the North Tahoe Boosters Club, a fellow nonprofit promoting student athletes attending North Tahoe middle and high schools.
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From The Sacramento Bee...
Union Conflicts Are Delaying Vital Affordable Housing
California lawmakers thought they cracked the code last year on a construction union stalemate holding up housing bills. But rifts within labor could reignite the war over how best to craft affordable housing policy.
From Tahoe Daily Tribune...
New Film Explores Lake Tahoe Housing Crisis
Elizabeth Cameron, a coach for the Palisades Tahoe ski team five years ago, has documented the difficulties of finding places to live in the area.
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In an attempt to slow California's housing crisis, Gov. Gavin Newsom signs pair of bills, SB 6 and AB 2011, that will allow development where now-closed businesses once stood, without rezoning those areas for residential projects.
New laws banning toxicity testing on dogs and cats, and making rental housing more pet friendly are among a slate of new animal welfare legislation signed by Gov. Newsom in September.
There's too much parking! Why a new law, AB 2097, cutting back on parking space requirements in new housing and business developments could be a game changer for the climate, and the housing crisis.
As California insurance companies have revoked the fire policies of thousands of homeowners, the state has taken steps to get them covered again.
Much has been made about the persistent disagreement between Gov. Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers over how to put money back in the pockets of Californians reeling from high gas prices and the rising cost of living, but what about …
Contractors Association of Truckee Tahoe