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Lodging leaders to meet

South Lake Tahoe Lodging Association President Pete Mac Roberts will give an update on the search for revenue for environmental projects during a meeting of the association on Thursday.

The meeting begins at 9:30 a.m. at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Convention Center.

The business community is keeping a close watch on a revenue feasibility study commissioned by the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency with financial help from a variety of community organizations.

The TRPA is seeking revenue to pay for environmental projects and for matching funds for state and federal projects.

“We’ll look at preliminary results, where the money might come from,” Mac Roberts said.

Also on the lodging agenda is a look at the function of the Tahoe-Douglas Visitors Authority and what it is doing to promote South Shore tourism. Skip Sayre, a member of the TDVA board of directors and the organization’s marketing liaison, will bring the lodging association up- to-date.

“We want to bridge with them a little more than we have in the past,” Mac Roberts said.

The lodging association will also receive other business, civic and governmental reports of interest to lodging owners.

For more information, contact association Secretary/Treasurer Jim Beattie at (530) 541-2595.

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