Council makes quick work of Tuesday meeting |

Council makes quick work of Tuesday meeting

Adam Jensen

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – The South Lake Tahoe City Council may have set a record for shortest meeting ever on Tuesday.

The council made three proclamations, delayed discussion on most of the public hearings and unfinished business items on the meeting’s agenda, and set dates to discuss other unfinished business during council member comments.

The meeting wrapped up in just less than an hour.

No one, councilmembers or the public, brought up the $937.50 reimbursement from the city to councilman Bruce Grego for legal services he received related to a potential conflict of interest surrounding the stalled convention center and condominium project at Stateline.

The reimbursement prompted heated discussion and allegations of corruption during a three-hour special city council meeting on April 15. Grego has denied wrongdoing.

The City Council’s next meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m. on April 27 at the Lake Tahoe Airport. The council is expected to hear a mid-year budget update at that meeting.

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