June 6, 1985 |
Nevada's continued support of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency was assured Wednesday when Gov. Richard Bryan signed a law that will pay the state's share of the bills. The measure allocates $346,000 over the next two years for the agency, $7,000 for Nevada delegates and $47,600 for the Nevada Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. Bryan also signed another bill changing the makeup of the state's delegation to the joint California-Nevada agency.
January 23, 1991
Entertainer Wayne Newton has posted a refundable $150,000 bond as part of an agreement for restoring an erosion-damaged stream on his 241-acre Lake Tahoe retreat. A check from the Las Vegas showman arrived in the mail Tuesday at the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, agency attorney Susan Scholley said. Newton had to pay the bond because he missed a May deadline for submitting the land restoration plan, the bistate agency said.
May 24, 1991 |
Five years of drought have sent Lake Tahoe's water level plunging, leading the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency to reluctantly approve dredging at a west shore marina. Homewood High and Dry Marina convinced the bi-state agency that its vacuum technique for removing two feet of sand and soil would give boats moored there enough clearance to get out into the lake without damaging water quality.
December 21, 1990 |
Entertainer Wayne Newton's failure to submit a plan for restoring an erosion-damaged stream on his 241-acre Lake Tahoe retreat will cost him $15,000. The Las Vegas showman also must post a $150,000 bond for missing a May deadline for submitting the improvement plans, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency said. The bistate agency decided Wednesday to extend the deadline for submitting the land restoration plan until March 1 but also required the fee and the bond.
June 11, 1987 |
Major issues have been resolved in a lawsuit that has stopped most development at Lake Tahoe for the last three years, spokesmen for environmentalists and the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency said Wednesday. But before the suit can be dismissed, a settlement agreement must be drafted and approved by the California attorney general and the governing boards of the bistate planning agency and the League to Save Lake Tahoe.
May 28, 1997 |
In a major victory for landowners nationwide, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a California woman must get her day in court to seek compensation for being barred from building on her Nevada land. The justices ruled unanimously that 82-year-old Bernadine Suitum's 6-year-old lawsuit is procedurally ready for a ruling on its merits. The ruling rejected arguments by lawyers for the Clinton administration and the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.