Fireworks discussion set Sept. 10
Town council fans, take note – there are three public hearings and workshops scheduled by the town throughout September on issues including the Donner Lake fireworks display and Boca Sierra Estates.
Wednesday, Sept. 9 – The Truckee Planning Commission will consider input received on the draft town development code during a meeting at 6 p.m. in the town council chambers on Donner Pass Road.
Thursday, Sept. 10 – council member Maia Schneider and Town Manager Steve Wright will mediate a public forum on the Donner Lake fireworks display, which was canceled by local fire and law enforcement officials because of safety concerns. The forum begins at 4 p.m. at the Tahoe-Truckee Unified School District boardroom on Donner Pass Road.
Monday, Sept. 14 – Town council will meet for a workshop on siting town facilities, including placement of a future town hall, animal control facility and corporation yard. Thw workshop begins at 6 p.m. in the town council chambers.
Monday, Sept. 21 – The town will host a public workshop on Boca Sierra Estates at 6 p.m. in town council chambers. The purpose of the workshop will be to review public input received during the forums this summer on Boca Sierra Estates.
Thursday, Sept. 24 – The planning commission will again meet to discuss input on the town draft development code in a meeting at 6 p.m. in council chambers.
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