Lacey named conservancy deputy director |

Lacey named conservancy deputy director

Ray Lacey has been promoted to deputy director of the California Tahoe Conservancy. Lacey formerly headed the conservancys public access and recreation program.Ray has been a leader, problem solver, and visionary in the basin for many years, said Patrick Wright, the conservancys executive director, in a written statement. His track record makes him exceptionally well qualified to lead the conservancys efforts to expand and improve our many ongoing programs with our federal, state, and local partners.Lacey has been with the conservancy for 18 years, and he has been instrumental in providing funding and building community support for many high-profile public projects, including Commons Beach in Tahoe City, the Tahoe Rim Trail, and several lakeside bike trails. His current projects include the 56-acre community and recreation center in South Lake Tahoe, the Explore Tahoe Visitor Center at Heavenly Village, and the South Tahoe Greenway and North Tahoe multi-use trails.

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