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El Dorado County Supervisor Sue Novasel appointed to California Tahoe Conservancy

The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted earlier this week to appoint Supervisor Sue Novasel to the California Tahoe Conservancy board.

Novasel, a longtime area resident, will serve as the El Dorado County representative on the conservancy (CTC).

“Having lived in the Tahoe Basin for the last 40 years, I have unique insight, appreciation and passion for this majestic part of El Dorado County,” Novasel said in a statement. “I’m honored to serve on this very important board so that our residents’ issues can be appropriately heard and the beauty of Lake Tahoe can continue to be enjoyed by generations to come.”

Late last month, Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law AB 1191, revising the qualifications for membership to the CTC and allowing for the supervisors to make this appointment. Prior that there had been some confusion regarding members of elected bodies serving on the CTC.


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