LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Sounds of ‘not in my back yard’ resonate across South Shore | TahoeDailyTribune.com

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Sounds of ‘not in my back yard’ resonate across South Shore

1 – “They” want all emergency agencies to respond immediately to 911.

2 – “They” want their city of South Lake Tahoe pensions paid every month on time.

3 – “They” want schools, sidewalks, street lights, homeless shelters, etc., ad infinitum.

The police had to make reverse 911 calls to stop “them” from jamming the police phone lines. Someone might have had a real problem.

The young people at the SnowGlobe were well mannered and spent money in town. The police reported few arrests and the college reports little damage to its grounds. The bass stopped at a reasonable hour and was not followed by sirens screaming and horns blaring on Highway 50 between the jail and the hospital for the rest of the night.

I remember Donna Summer’s band staying at Lake Village. The pictures were flying off my walls at 3 a.m. every morning. I got three signed albums and was tickled …

Everyone in town made money, no property was damaged and few arrests were made.

Robin Smith


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