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Truckee Town Council approved a one-year pilot program for automated license plate readers to be placed throughout town.
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Cascade Kitchens will be the first food hall of its kind in South Lake Tahoe, featuring unique food vendors, a market shop, full service bar, event space and indoor and outdoor dining areas.
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El Dorado County is asking residents to provide their opinion on everything from how they prefer to receive information to what they think about the look of the county’s website.
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The new El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors president drew upon history to emphasize what's unique about El Dorado County.
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