Public meeting this Wednesday to discuss north and west shore development |

Public meeting this Wednesday to discuss north and west shore development

A handful of proposed projects could radically change the face of North Tahoe as it is known today.

And the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and Placer County are turning to the public for feedback.

A community meeting will be held Wednesday, Nov. 7 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the North Tahoe Conference Center in Kings Beach to review seven development concepts proposed on the north and west shore that applied to the Community Enhancement Program.

“Only the best of these projects can go forward under the program,” said Program Manager Brenda Hunt in a written statement. “And although we’ve gotten a lot of input on the pre-applications from experts and community representatives, now we need more community input to help make the projects consistent with their vision.”

Of the seven developments that will be presenting Wednesday, five are located in the Kings Beach downtown corridor. One is in Crystal Bay, and the other is in Homewood.

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