The R-C Morning Report for Nov. 1
Deputies are in the Pine Nuts this morning looking for an injured man from an accident at Highway 395 and China Spring Road. The accident was reported at 7:06 a.m. Deputies received a report that the missing man had been picked up and taken for treatment at 7:44 a.m.
New Genoa Town Manager Phil Ritger takes the reins today to prepare for his first town board meeting on Tuesday. The agenda’s light, with an update on Candy Dance, a discussion on whether the town will keep funding $2,500 for July 4th, and a proposal to dedicate a plaque from the Friends of Genoa. Town meets 6:30 p.m. Tuesday
Smoke from open burning, wood stoves and prescribed burning at Lake Tahoe is collecting in the southern part of the Valley to bring air quality down to the moderate range. A good breeze should clean that all out over the weekend.
Right about when the time change arrives, so will a change in the weather. It will be breezy on Saturday with southwest winds 10-25 mph, gusting to 25 mph. The high on Saturday will hit 70. On Saturday night there’s a chance for showers, then on Sunday, much, much colder, with the high at 42 degrees. Oh, and remember to fall back an hour on Sunday for the world’s longest two-day weekend.