Storm delays start of South Lake Tahoe City Council meeting, pushes back El Dorado supervisor meeting
February 4, 2019
South Lake Tahoe City Council will start its meeting Tuesday morning two hours later than the regular start time due to a winter storm.
The change is intended to give more people a chance to safely attend the meeting, according to the city.
Closed session will start at 10:30 a.m., and regular session will start 30 minutes later at 11.
Click here to view the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting.
El Dorado County supervisors also are changing plans for their regularly scheduled meeting. Tuesday’s meeting is being pushed back to Wednesday. It will start at 1 p.m., at 330 Fair Lane in Placerville.
Click here to view the agenda.
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