30 Years Ago
March 12, 1968
The Truckee Judicial District Court collected $5,822.50 in fines and fees during the month of February for 220 traffic violations, 34 small claims fees, and two criminal actions.
Airport Manager to Investigate Expansion Feasibility
The governing board of Truckee-Tahoe Airport District has authorized district manager, Gordon C. Reddall, to make a survey of the Crystal Bay and Incline Village communities of Washoe County, Nev., to determine the feasibility of annexing that fast-developing area to the district.
The airport near Truckee currently serves that area and, with the approval of the affected resident and business interests, the annexation would provide for faster development of the airport with the inclusion of a tower and other needed facilities and thus induce additional use of the airport.
City Bunnies May Increase ‘Wildlife’
Ski resorts won’t be the only place you can find bunnies at Lake Tahoe if Playboy club is allowed to go ahead with plans for a multi-million dollar recreational complex in Little Valley on the east ridge of Sierra Nevada.
Playboy has scheduled a news conference March 11 at the Reno Press Club to outline its plans.
20 Years Ago
March 12, 1978
District’s consolidation eyed
The possible consolidation of public services in Truckee is coming into the community forum this month.
The Truckee-Donner Public Utility District and the Truckee Sanitary District boards of directors are expected to discuss the future at a meeting March 28.
Disney lawsuit dismissed
A lawsuit against Walt Disney Productions has been dismissed by U.S. District Court Judge Thomas MacBride.
The suit, spearheaded by the Nevada City law firm of Berliner and Ellers, contended Disney officials met privately with three Sierra County supervisors in connection with the proposed Disney ski resort at Independence Lake.
Trustees OK ‘survival skills’
Following three months of study by teachers, students, parents and high school administrators, minimum graduation standards have been adopted by the Tahoe-Truckee Unified School District board of trustees.
A competency examination covering 24 items was approved at the last meeting of the board. One board member called the items “survival skills.”
10 Years Ago
March 12, 1988
Teachers, administration at odds
After four uneventful meetings with a state mediator, the local school board and teachers are calling in a fact finding panel to try and settle a current contract dispute.
The Tahoe-Truckee Unified School Board and Tahoe-Truckee Education Association had been meeting for the last three months with state mediator Peter Lujan, however, discontinued the meetings after no progress was made. Instead, a three-member fact finding panel is being called in, which is the last lawful step in settling a labor dispute, according to Assistant Superintendent Terre Krause.
Task force to sponsor meeting on update of General Plan
“What do you want Truckee to be?”
The local General Plan Update Task Force will be asking that question of residents at an initial town meeting March 24.
The meeting, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Tahoe-Truckee High School auditorium, will be held expressly to obtain public input toward updating the Nevada County General Plan as it affects Truckee.
Injuries cuts short hopes for winning basketball season
Size, quickness, sheer athletic ability-none of the above could be pinned as the reason for the off-and-on performance of the Truckee High varsity boys basketball team.
That blame can be laid on injuries that produced a 6-8 in league season and an 8-14 overall record.
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