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Meeting planner

The Tahoe Truckee Unified School District Board will meet today to discuss the state of the district’s finances, facility use in the district and the future of Measure A funding.

Ralph Johnson, school district assistant superintendent of business, will present the district’s second budget revision and second interim report so the board and public will know where the district currently stands financially. The reports will be submitted to the Placer County Office of Education for review at a later date.

Then, the board will review possible changes to its 15-year-old facility use policy. The policy governs how much outside agencies pay to use school district facilities, and will return to the board in April for further changes, with a final decision on changes expected in May, said district Superintendent Dennis Williams.

Finally, the board will wrap up the meeting with a workshop on Measure A, a parcel tax that was renewed by voters earlier this month. The board will come up with priorities for the Measure A Citizens Review Committee’s budget for the next two years of the parcel tax’s programs.

The meeting starts at 4:30 p.m. in the North Tahoe High School auditorium, 2945 Polaris Road in Tahoe City.

A development fee that will add $2,148 to the construction of each single-family home to pay for infrastructure improvements throughout town, will be considered at Thursday’s town council meeting.

The public hearing will be the first of two on the fee, which has been reviewed by a citizen committee.

The fee, which would go into effect in June, would also apply to commercial, industrial, multi-family housing projects.

Truckee Town Council meetings are held at 6 p.m. at town hall.

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