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Lake Tahoe Forest Service: Stay on designated roads

LTBMU recently discovered resource damage in the meadow near Heavenly Creek, off Pioneer Trail in South Lake Tahoe.
Provided Paul Potts / U.S. Forest Service |

The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit issued a reminder on Friday, Feb. 2, to stay on designated roads.

LTBMU discovered resource damage in the meadow near Heavenly Creek, off Pioneer Trail in South Lake Tahoe.

Causing resource damage, according to LTBMU, can result in a citation punishable by a fine of $5,000 or more and/or six months in jail. The Forest Service said it will continue monitoring areas throughout the Tahoe Basin for compliance.


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