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Sly Park Road and Bridge Repair Project

by Placerville Newswire / Jul 13, 2018 / comments

[Carla B. Hass]

El Dorado County’s Department of Transportation will be performing road and bridge work on Sly Park Road at the intersection of Clear Creek Road in Pleasant Valley. The work will begin the week of July 16th and continue through September 2019. The construction work will require occasional lane closures during which motorists should expect delays.

The closures are necessary to ensure motorist and worker safety while the County’s contractor begins construction on a new bridge over Clear Creek and the adjoining roadway.

Proposed Changes in VHR Oversight Structure

by Placerville Newswire / Jul 13, 2018 / comments

[Carla B. Hass]

El Dorado County today announced some internal changes to the way it will conduct the permitting, inspections, compliance and enforcement of vacation home rentals (VHRs) in the coming months.

Mural Redesign to Be Unveiled for Downtown Placerville

by Placerville Newswire / Jul 03, 2018 / comments

[Health and Human Services Agency]

South Lake Tahoe City Council to consider cannabis regulations, tax question

[Ryan Hoffman, Tahoe Daily Tribune]

The foundation for allowing the recreational cannabis industry in South Lake Tahoe will come before City Council Monday, however, several factors beyond council's control could disrupt those plans.

The ordinance that council will consider July 2 would allow for two retail businesses, two cultivation businesses (limited to less than 5,000 square feet of grow area), unlimited testing facilities and two micro-businesses — the last of which is a single license that allows for a minimum of three activities, such as manufacturing, retail and cultivation.

At the same meeting, council will consider putting a cannabis tax question before voters in ...

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Initiative maintaining South Lake Tahoe VHR cap fails to qualify for ballot

[Ryan Hoffman, Tahoe Daily Tribune]

Jerry Williams, co-president of the Sustainable Community Alliance, issued this statement Thursday:

"Our signature gatherers appeared to have made critical mistakes on local addresses making many signatures invalid. The numbers reported in the media are based on a sample of 500 out of the total of more than 1800 signatures submitted.  We are still working with the City and County regarding signature validation. We apologize to all of the business owners, employees, and local residents who support our initiative. We want to let everyone know we hold fast to our position and we will continue to move forward with our efforts to protect our neighborhoods and our local economy. We will have more information on SCA direction in the next few days." ...

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