Tahoe City utility moves offices | SierraSun.com

Tahoe City utility moves offices

Courtesy photo/Sierra SunLaurie Swanson and most of the Tahoe City Public Utility District recreation staff on Monday moved to a new administrative office at the Rideout Community Center.

The Tahoe City Public Utility District has found another use for the Rideout community center, transferring a new administrative operation to the former school site.

Three full-time staff members were set to transfer to the West Shore facility Monday, according to Director of Parks and Recreation Bob Bolton, who said the move will “utilize tax dollars efficiently.”

Bolton said instead of staffing personnel at both the utility’s district offices in Tahoe City and the Rideout location, the district can consolidate staffing and funding by having them work at a single location.

The owners of the building, the Tahoe Truckee Unified School District, shuttered the school because of declining enrollment, except for a few classes for its Coldstream Alternative home-school program.

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