Learn about Tahoe issues
March 29, 2006
The Lake Tahoe Issues and Agencies course at Lake Tahoe Community College is for anyone interested in learning about key issues in the Tahoe Basin and opportunities to get involved in shaping the future of the community. The instructor is Kim Carr.
The class, which is listed under environmental science, will meet from 6 to 9 p.m. on Monday April 3 through June 19 in room D102. The course number is EVS 151. Register at http://www.ltcc.edu by April 3 or at the LTCC admission and records office.
For information call (530) 541-4660.
Students will meet representatives of the primary governmental agencies and non-governmental organizations to discuss their organizations’ mission, structures and processes.
Through a series of guest lectures and class discussions, students will learn about the processes that shape planning, policy, commerce, government services, development, housing, transportation, natural resource management and environmental protection in the Lake Tahoe basin.
During the first class, students will have an opportunity to identify specific issues they would like to learn about.