Tuesday 24 October 2017
 

Partnerships

United States, Source: Fotolia

Tahoe is a national treasure and as such has benefitted from the shared responsibility the federal government and state governments have taken in protecting the Lake and its environment. Since the bi-state Tahoe Regional Planning Compact was ratified by Congress in 1969 Tahoe has had a unique role in coordinating the efforts of federal, state, local and private partners to protect the environment.

 

Casey Beyer Interview (2)

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Casey Beyer Interview (2)

 

Casey Beyer is one of California Governor Jerry Brown’s two appointees to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Governing Board. This is part 2 in the interview. Here he speaks about the role of Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Board members in the preparation of the final Regional Plan document and in setting a course for the Basin in the twenty-first century.

 


 

Casey Beyer Interview

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Casey Beyer Interview (1)

 

 

Casey Beyer is one of California Governor Jerry Brown’s two appointees to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Governing Board. Politics and policy were a part of his family life growing up in Tahoe. In this interview he shares a bit about his life as a native of Nevada and how he approaches representing the interests of the Governor and people of California in Tahoe decision-making.


   

Governor Brian Sandoval at 2012 Tahoe Summit

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Governor Brian Sandoval at 2012 Tahoe Summit

 

In his remarks at the 2012 Tahoe Summit Governor Brian Sandoval underscores the "unprededented collaboration" between the states of Nevada and California on Tahoe's Regional Plan update which he calls "a masterful compromise". Highlighting Nevada's recent contributions to environmental improvement at Tahoe he talks about the Total Maximum Daily Load memorandums of agreement the state is creating with Tahoe jurisdictions, about the fire fuels removal work at Van Sickle Bi-State park and about positive trends in water quality.

 

photo: Governor Brian Sandoval, by Michelle Sweeney, 2012

 

 

 

Dianne Feinstein at 2012 Tahoe Summit

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Senator Dianne Feinstein at 2012 Tahoe Summit

 

"If we are going to save this lake it is beacuse people care and we work together and we make the necessary compromises and we take the action to do so," said Senator Dianne Feinstein lauding the collaboration between Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and California Governor Jerry Brown.

 

 

photo: Dianne Feinstein by Michelle Sweeney

 

 

   

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