Public lands to be discussed in Pathway workshop |

Public lands to be discussed in Pathway workshop

It isn’t only urban land areas undergoing public examination during the place-based planning process.

As neighbors from around the basin gather for the second in a series of three community planning workshops next week, the future of Tahoe’s natural resources including land and watershed use will be top of mind for the Pathway 2007 workshops.

The public lands working group, a collection of 15 individuals including public agency representatives and residents well-versed on the subject, has met twice since the first public meeting in March to interpret public opinion and help move the planning process along.

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