May 16 Bonanza community meeting canceled |

May 16 Bonanza community meeting canceled

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — The North Lake Tahoe Bonanza’s weekly community meeting will not take place Friday, May 16, as publisher Michael Gelbman and Editor Kevin MacMillan will be out of town on business.

The meetings take place every Friday from 9-10 a.m. in the Bonanza Community Room next to its office in Ste. 206 at 925 Tahoe Boulevard (across the street from Raley’s).

Several community leaders, residents and representatives from local and regional government agencies — including IVGID, TRPA, Washoe County Sheriff’s Office and North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District — regularly attend to offer updates and discuss issues that impact the community.

For example, recent discussions have centered on IVGID’s proposed recreation pass law changes and the Diamond Peak master plan update.

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The meetings often draw large crowds and are free and open to the public.

This week’s meeting will take place at its regular time Friday, May 9; meetings will resume on Friday, May 23.

Questions about the meetings may be emailed to MacMillan at


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