North Tahoe PUD chief resigning due to family concerns |

North Tahoe PUD chief resigning due to family concerns

Matthew Renda
Sierra Sun
Sun File PhotoCurtis Aaron

TAHOE VISTA, Calif/ and#8212; The leader of a North Lake Tahoe utility district will step down effective Dec. 17, officials announced Wednesday.

Curtis Aaron, general manager of the North Tahoe Public Utility District, offered his resignation to the board of directors recently, according to a press release, bringing an end to his three-and-a-half-year tenure.

and#8220;Curtis has made significant contributions to the district in his short time here,and#8221; said Lane Lewis, president of the board of directors, in a statement. and#8220;In addition to the significant capital projects that have been completed in his tenure, the district has reduced spending and improved administrative operations. He will be missed.and#8221;

Planning and Engineering Manager Paul Schultz has been named interim general manager. The NTPUD board of directors will discuss a search for a new general manager during the next regular meeting on Dec. 17.

Aaron is relocating to Southern California due to family concerns, the release stated.

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