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Word on the Street: What advice do you have for enduring Tahoe roadwork season?

Margaret Moran
mmoran@sierrasun.com
Ashley Anderson

CARNELIAN BAY, Calif. — This week’s question: What advice do you have for enduring roadwork season at Lake Tahoe?

Here are answers, as asked Monday in Carnelian Bay:

Matthew Best, chef, Truckee: “Take it slow, bob and weave, and look out for those potholes.”

Rand Carter, consultant, Brockway: “Relax, take your time. It doesn’t do any good to get upset.”

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Ashley Anderson, waitress, Carnelian Bay: “Definitely leave early, give yourself more time … (and use) the backstreets to cut through.”

Mark Lewis, carpet cleaner, Tahoma: “Try to plan (ahead) and try to give yourself a little extra time in your schedule.”


 

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