by Jim Morris


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April 12, 2013
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TRPA regulation poses hardship for Keys residents

A regulatory issue has recently generated a chain of events which has made a hardship to property owners, a Tahoe Keys Home Owner’s Association and neighborhood relationships. When the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency was allowed bi-state jurisdiction around 1970 to provide a “planning function” in the Lake Tahoe basin, their original regional plan allowed for a minimum land coverage of 2,600 square feet for every valid, subdivided piece of real estate in existence at that time. Without that assurance, neither the citizens of Lake Tahoe nor the governments of California or Nevada would have approved the bi-state compact. The Agency …

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