Tahoe City grappling with ways to maintain infrastructure

In order to properly maintain improvements and budget for the future costs of aging infrastructure in the Tahoe City downtown core, Placer County, Tahoe City Public Utility District and Tahoe City Downtown Association are exploring the idea of forming a benefit assessment district.

Future road and sidewalk improvements in Tahoe City are on their way, including roundabouts on Highway 89 and the Y and the replacement of Fanny Bridge.

The agencies will host two public meetings, March 21 and March 22, to discuss the potential formation of a benefit assessment district — aka additional tax.

Both meetings will be in the Tahoe City Public Utility District board room, 221 Fairway Drive, Tahoe City. The March 21 meeting is from 6-8pm and the March 22 one is form 8-10am.

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