Redevelopment manager back on job |

Redevelopment manager back on job

Michael Schneider

City Redevelopment Agency Manager Jaye Von Klug called the Tahoe Daily Tribune Tuesday to say she’s “back in the saddle.”

Von Klug said she had been suffering from headaches for about two weeks prior to last Tuesday’s Redevelopment Agency meeting.

During a heated discussion between agency members and Von Klug regarding plans for the expansion of South Lake Tahoe’s Fantasy Inn, she complained of a headache and eventually had to leave the meeting.

Von Klug said she hadn’t planned to work Tuesday, but said she felt better in the morning and decided to try to make it through the day.

She said, while attempting to answer a flurry of questions from Tom Davis and Margo Osti, agency members, she felt the headache coming back.

She said she knew it would be a better idea to leave the meeting, but decided to stay as she didn’t want it to look like she was leaving due to the grilling from agency members.

After some time, it became obvious to agency members and city staff Von Klug was in no condition to proceed with the meeting.

The meeting was continued after the city council meeting that day and Von Klug went home.

She took the rest of last week off, but said she feels better now.

Von Klug did admit that there have been occurrences, such as the stateline Embassy Suites bankruptcy, which have added pressure to her job recently.

“Hopefully I just needed some time,” Von Klug said.

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