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— South Lake Tahoe

Meeting on Heavenly Plan

The U.S. Forest Service will host an open house on Thursday July 6 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on proposed amendments to Heavenly Mountain Resort’s Master Plan, which includes plans to replace lifts, add a restaurant and build an amphitheater.

The Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Heavenly Mountain Resort Master Plan Amendment is open for public comment through July 17.

The open house will be held at Forest Service offices at 35 College Drive. Staff from the Forest Service, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and Heavenly will be on hand to answer questions.

Comments from the public will be accepted at the meeting in writing, by mail, or through e-mail. Please send written comments to Terri Marceron, Forest Supervisor, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, 35 College Drive, South Lake Tahoe, California, 96150. To send comments by e-mail: comments-pacificsouthwest-ltbmu@ Comments concerning the analysis must be received by July 17 in order to be included in the final document.

— South Lake Tahoe

DUI checkpoint scheduled

A drunken driver checkpoint will be conducted by the South Lake Tahoe Police Department on July 1 on either Lake Tahoe Boulevard or Pioneer Trail, determining on the manpower, according to officer Shannon Laney.

The checkpoint will run from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Officers look for drunken drivers, those without valid drivers license and similar violations.

— South Lake Tahoe

Audition for “Annie” today

“The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow” and this summer will be bright and sunny with the musical production of “Annie” in July. Auditions for the production are today at South Tahoe High School’s Little Theater. “Annie” is being produced cooperatively by Lake Tahoe Community College and Sierra Nevada Theater Company. The audition will consist of a one to two minute prepared vocal audition, preferably a song not from “Annie” and a short dance/movement exercise. Auditions for children 5 to 15 will be at 5 p.m.

Teens and adults ages 16 and up will audition at 7 p.m. Callback materials will be provided for those asked to return on Saturday. Those who are cast will need to enroll in the Production Techniques class at Lake Tahoe Community College which will begin Monday June 26.

Performances will be July 21-22, 27-29. For more information, call the college at (530) 541-4660.

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