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December 22, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
State fisheries agencies have thrown a curve at the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency by saying there is still not enough data to justify an easing of rules on Lake Tahoe pier construction. The comments from California and Nevada state biologists followed release of a $240,000 agency-sponsored study which concludes that piers do not seem to have a detrimental impact on Lake Tahoe's fish.
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April 1, 1991 | KEVIN RODERICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cockeye Johnson's dusty wagon trail through the Sierra Nevada is now a highway to Lake Tahoe beaches and casinos. Miners paid a fee to use the trail a century ago. Today there is talk, serious talk, of collecting fees again. "You pay $5 to get into Yosemite--why not Tahoe?" said Jim DiPeso, a local activist. Encircled by peaks, and carpeted edge to edge with pine and fir forests, the Tahoe basin is beautiful and wild, but it is no park.
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NEWS
February 26, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
Driven by a rare chance for permission to build homes in this scenic ski and gambling resort, about 140 people spent a fourth day camped outside the city library in snow and sub-zero temperatures. The would-be builders--some huddled in crudely built igloos and snow caves--held their ground even though the county government Friday withdrew a plan to issue 123 coveted permits on a first-come, first-served basis this morning.
NEWS
February 26, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
Driven by a rare chance for permission to build homes in this scenic ski and gambling resort, about 140 people spent a fourth day camped outside the city library in snow and sub-zero temperatures. The would-be builders--some huddled in crudely built igloos and snow caves--held their ground even though the county government Friday withdrew a plan to issue 123 coveted permits on a first-come, first-served basis this morning.
NEWS
April 1, 1991 | KEVIN RODERICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cockeye Johnson's dusty wagon trail through the Sierra Nevada is now a highway to Lake Tahoe beaches and casinos. Miners paid a fee to use the trail a century ago. Today there is talk, serious talk, of collecting fees again. "You pay $5 to get into Yosemite--why not Tahoe?" said Jim DiPeso, a local activist. Encircled by peaks, and carpeted edge to edge with pine and fir forests, the Tahoe basin is beautiful and wild, but it is no park.
NEWS
December 22, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
State fisheries agencies have thrown a curve at the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency by saying there is still not enough data to justify an easing of rules on Lake Tahoe pier construction. The comments from California and Nevada state biologists followed release of a $240,000 agency-sponsored study which concludes that piers do not seem to have a detrimental impact on Lake Tahoe's fish.
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