Supervisors meet today at Tallac Historic Site |

Supervisors meet today at Tallac Historic Site

The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors meets at 10 a.m. today at the Tallac Historic Site in South Lake Tahoe.

The agenda at the Valhalla Grand Hall includes presentations by Juan Palma, executive director of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency; Carol Spain, executive director of the Tallac Association; and Bruce Lee, supervising engineer with the county Department of Transportation.

“I look forward to bringing our county supervisors to the lake, not only to showcase our successes, but also to highlight our needs and create a better understanding between board members,” Supervisor Dave Solaro said in a written statement. “Lake Tahoe issues are unique and require special attention.”

The board will continue its meeting aboard Hornblower’s Meteor shuttle boat, which will carry supervisors to Ski Run Marina. The board will lunch with members of the South Lake Tahoe City Council at Mulligan’s, then take a ride on the Heavenly gondola before returning to Valhalla to adjourn.

Apart from the special presentations, the public meeting includes mainly routine matters. The board is expected to pass a resolution against terrorism and encourage the display of the American flag by designating this week “Sea of Stars and Stripes Week.”

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