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Report: Nearly Half of the Nation’s Homeless Live in California - Here’s What the White House says it’s Prepared to Do

by Placerville Newswire / Sep 25, 2019 / comments

<PR Pond>

A new White House report has found that 47% of the nation’s homeless live in the state of California, with four of the five worst cities in the Golden State. According to the White House Council of Economic Advisers, the crisis is most pronounced in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Rosa, San Jose, and Seattle. 

South Lake Tahoe applauds passage of Senate Bill 5

by Placerville Newswire / Sep 11, 2019 / comments

<City of SLT>

 

South Lake Tahoe, CA- Today, South Lake Tahoe thanked members of the Legislature for passing Senate Bill 5 (Beall, McGuire, Portantino), a bill that establishes a state partnership with cities and counties to provide ongoing, sustainable funding to subsidize affordable housing in South Lake Tahoe and communities throughout the state. South Lake Tahoe urged Governor Newsom to sign this important legislation that will go a long way in helping cities address their affordable housing and homeless crises.

City of South Lake Tahoe unveils new logo

by Placerville Newswire / Sep 05, 2019 / comments

<PR Pond> South Lake Tahoe, CA-

The City of South Lake Tahoe unveiled its new logo today. The logo is intended to complement the City Seal not replace it.

“The logo reflects all the wonderful things about the City of South Lake Tahoe,” said Chris Fiore, Communications Manager, “The mountains, the colors of the lake, this logo captures the essence of the city.”

HIRING - Clerk of the Board of Supervisors

by Placerville Newswire / Jul 08, 2019 / comments

[CLERK OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS]

Work Schedule: Full-time

Employer: County of El Dorado

Job Closing Date: 7/12/2019

Website:https://governmentjobs.com/careers/edcgov

In Risk-Prone Areas, Fire Insurance Is Getting Harder and Harder to Come By

by Placerville Newswire / Jun 28, 2019 / comments

[Ry Rivard' ]

Some companies are no longer writing new policies in high-risk areas, others are going so far as to drop long-time customers and almost everyone is raising rates. That’s sent California homeowners scrambling to find another insurance company in places like Alpine, a town of 15,000 near the Cleveland National Forest.

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