Tryggvi resigns after 16 years on planning commission
Town of Truckee Planning Commission member Britta Tryggvi has stepped down from her role, making way for a new commissioner.
Tryggvi said she wanted someone new to fill the position before the town went into the heart of the General Plan Update process, so the new member will be there for the life of the update.
Also, she mentioned she is very busy and the General Plan Update will require more time than she has. “I don’t have time for more meetings,” she said. “It’s a big commitment.”
Tryggvi has served on the planning commission since 1987 – before the town was incorporated and the commission was called the Eastern Nevada County Truckee Planning Commission – which is also a factor in her resignation, she said.
Tryggvi said she has been involved long enough, and needs to spend more time focusing on her job as the president of CFA, inc., a Reno-based planning, engineering, mapping, architecture, management and inspection firm.
Applications will be accepted until Wednesday, Aug. 13, and the spot should be filled in approximately a month, according to Town Planner Duane Hall.
The four-year term can be filled by any resident/registered voter in Truckee.
The planning commission is composed of five appointed Truckee residents, who are also advised by town staff. The commission hears matters related to development projects (both public and private), development code compliance and all other town issues.
Project approval by the planning commission is the stepping stone before the final at the town council approval or denial.
Planning commission meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month, at 6 p.m. at Truckee Town Hall on Truckee Airport Rd. For more information on the planning commission, town council or other Town of Truckee matters, visit http://www.townoftruckee.com.
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