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League to Save Lake Tahoe board elects new president

Tribune staff report

The League to Save Lake Tahoe has elected a new president for its board.

Ash Daggs is a Bay Area resident who joined the board in 2011 to help “strengthen the organization’s relationship with its members and grow the next generation of Lake Tahoe stewards,” according to the Keep Tahoe Blue website.

He will replace Robert Damaschino, who served as president since 2008.

Daggs visited Lake Tahoe’s Carnelian Bay growing up and is passionate about preserving the lake’s shoreline clarity and stopping the spread of invasive species. He also is a current member of the board’s finance committee.

“I look forward to working with Darcie (Goodman Collins, executive director) and the team at the League to further strengthen our role as the environmental leader in the Lake Tahoe Basin, and solidify our work to advocate, educate and collaborate to Keep Tahoe Blue,” Daggs said in a statement on the website. “I want to protect and advocate for Tahoe for my children and future generations to enjoy.”

Daggs position as the new president is effective this month.

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