Placer supes give Martis, Tahoe City and Kings Beach green light for government center |

Placer supes give Martis, Tahoe City and Kings Beach green light for government center

The Placer County Board of Supervisors hosted one of their four Tahoe-based board meetings at the North Tahoe Community Conference Center in Kings Beach Monday and Tuesday. The agenda was comprised of numerous Tahoe-related items including a report on issues related to Fourth of July misconduct on the Truckee River; an update of the Angora Fire; a summary of a Redevelopment Agency study on the Economic and Redevelopment Strategies for Kings Beach and Tahoe City; an update on the proposed Kings Beach Commercial Core Improvement Project; and voted to pare down six sites to three to host the Tahoe government center.

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