Boulder Bay meeting Oct. 5 to discuss North Tahoe public park
September 25, 2015
CRYSTAL BAY, Nev. — This summer, the Boulder Bay project team began design and construction of a new public park in Crystal Bay.
Based on community feedback, the architects and engineers have updated the park design, officials said.
Officials will host a meeting on Monday, Oct. 5, from 6-7 p.m. in the Nevada room at the Tahoe Biltmore Lodge and Casino in Crystal Bay, where the project team will discuss the park project and updated design, and solicit any final ideas, according to a news release from the developers.
The 2.7-acre park was permitted as part of the Boulder Bay Master Plan, Boulder Bay representative Brian Helm said previously.
The Boulder Bay project approved by the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency in April 2011 calls for an overhaul of the Biltmore property by building an eight-structure complex that will offer a mix of uses including gaming, residential units, and hotel and commercial components.
An adjacent public park was part of the approval.
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To learn more about the meeting and the overall project, email Helm at email@example.com.
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