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Nominations sought for Federal Advisory Committee

Federal regulatory agencies for the basin want some local guidance.

Residents have until Feb. 1, 2002 to make nominations for the Lake Tahoe Federal Advisory Committee. The committee advises federal agencies involved in management activities at the lake on environmental and economic issues facing the basin.

Nominations should include the potential member’s qualifications and may be sent, along with completed application forms, to the U. S. Forest Service, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, 870 Emerald Bay Road, South Lake Tahoe, Calif., 96150.



Committee members serve two-year terms, and may serve up to six consecutive years. However, they must be renominated every two years. The committee meets at least four times annually for full-day meetings and consists of representatives from a variety of public sectors. Three members at large also serve on the committee.

Current committee members include El Dorado District 5 Supervisor Dave Solaro and California Tahoe Conservancy Executive Officer Dennis Machida.



Anyone with questions may contact Jeannie Stafford of the Forest Service at (530) 573-2642, or visit the Forest Service Web site at http://www.r5.fs.fed.us/ltbmu.

WHAT: Nominations to the Lake Tahoe Federal Advisory Committee.

SEND TO: FACA Nominations, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, 870 Emerald Bay Road, South Lake Tahoe, CA, 96150.

WHEN: Before Feb. 1, 2002.


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