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Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority director resigns

Patrick Kaler, executive director of the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority, has resigned after 3.5 years with the organization, board chairman Pat Ronan announced Friday.

The resignation is effective Monday, Mar. 31. Kaler is leaving to pursue other interests, according to a press statement.

“We wish Patrick success in his future endeavors,” said Ronan. “We will operate business as usual and look forward to the upcoming summer season.”

 

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Sue Barton, who has been with the LTVA for seven years, will oversee the LTVA as the deputy director. During the transition, all events and activities on behalf of the LTVA are confirmed as scheduled.


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