Correction to Tahoe City fire station article |

Correction to Tahoe City fire station article

TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; In the article and#8220;Up in the Air,and#8221; published on Pages 1 and 3 of the Friday, Oct. 21 print edition, when describing suggestions for use of the soon-to-be-vacated North Tahoe Fire Protection District fire station in Tahoe City, costs associated with maintenance and upkeep of the neighboring Tahoe Community Center were incorrectly identified.

Cindy Gustafson, general manager for the Tahoe City Public Utility District, said the PUD had invested about $50,000 a year for the last 10 years to maintain the community center off Highway 28.

Apart from these costs, she said the PUD anticipates and#8212; if the community center is kept and#8212; a new roof and siding repairs to cost an additional $100,000-$120,000, with an additional new heating system to cost about $15,000.

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