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Northstar's Tahoe Basin development plan must go
The League to Save Lake Tahoe is opposing a proposal by landowners in Martis Valley to expand Tahoe’s urban boundary to accommodate development atop a ridgeline overlooking the lake. To expand the regional plan’s urban boundaries into a forested area that lies many miles from the nearest urban center is ludicrous. 
League welcomes new president
October 2014, Keep Tahoe Blue News
The board of the League to Save Lake Tahoe has elected Ash Daggs as its new president, effective October 2014. Ash replaces Robert Damaschino, who has served on the board since 2007 and became president in 2008. 
Tahoe residents: Northstar project is 'urban sprawl in the forest'
November 2014, Reno Gazette-Journal
Also concerned is the League to Save Lake Tahoe, arguably Tahoe's preeminent environmental organization. The league is withholding support unless it can be demonstrated the project would come with a net environmental gain for the Tahoe Basin as required under TRPA's new regional plan, adopted in 2012. 
Founding officer brings League's early history to light

It was nearly 60 years ago when Bill Evers was having dinner with a friend and they began discussing the worrying development trends at Lake Tahoe. Read more to discover how Bill and others worked to stop the bridge over Emerald Bay and went on to found the League to Save Lake Tahoe.

Fall 2014 Newsletter
The summer of 2014 was wonderfully busy for League staff. Read about our advocacy, education and collaboration successes, plus a unique story about the League's beginnings with founding officer Bill Evers, in our fall print newsletter.
Volunteer: Pipe Keepers
As fall storms brew, our Pipe Keepers volunteers are preparing to put on their mud boots and take water samples from storm drain pipes that lead directly into Lake Tahoe or its tributaries. Find out how you can get involved.
Join Us: Members-only glossy sticker available
Donate $25 or more to become a member of the League, one of thousands supporting our advocacy, education, and collaboration efforts to Keep Tahoe Blue. This new sticker is available to members only and features a unique metallic shine with a retro border. A perfect way to improve your bling and help the lake!


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