An agreement regarding the water lines has been reached between South Tahoe Public Utility District and Tahoe Stateline Ventures, the developers of the Chateau project.
The issue was discussed at the June 6 STPUD board meeting and the board unanimously approved it.
“The district’s inspection of the existing sewer lines built in 2007, showing them to be in good condition, helped to achieve an acceptable agreement to all, since any repair obligations to TSV were taken off the table,” STPUD General Manager Richard Solbrig told Lake Tahoe News after the meeting. “TSV has agreed to provide as-built drawings to the District. Once these drawings are submitted and accepted, dedication of the existing lines to the district will occur.”
The issue of who owns the water lines was first publicly discussed at last month’s board meeting.
Solbrig said when the next phase of the water line along Highway 50 is put in that will require a future dedication.
In other action:
Ad hoc committees from STPUD and the South Lake Tahoe City Council will meet to discuss water service for the T.J. Maxx building.
— Lake Tahoe News staff report