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Neighborhood meeting set for Canyon Springs

The Town of Truckee planning division will hold a neighborhood meeting Tuesday, April 24 to present the draft environmental report for the proposed Canyon Springs subdivision, formerly named the Tahoe Boca Estates subdivision.

The 6:30 p.m. meeting will be held in the Glenshire Elementary School auditorium at 10990 Dorchester Drive.

The public forum is the first since the last neighborhood meeting a year ago. The public will have a chance to talk with staff, the environmental consultant and the developer. A presentation will be given on the findings of the draft EIR, followed by a public question-and-answer session.

The Canyon Springs Subdivision is located directly east of the Glenshire Subdivision and Phases 1 and 5 of Cambridge Estates.

Attendees may stop by Town Hall the day of the meeting to pick up a CD of the draft EIR and summary sheets on the DEIR findings to take review, learn how to provide additional public comment, and find out about the next steps for the project.

Contact Denyelle Nishimori, a Truckee associate planner, at 582-2934 or by e-mail at

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