Tahoe Daily Tribune: In the works for Thursday
Here’s what you’ll find in Thursday’s issue of the Tahoe Daily Tribune:
The South Lake Tahoe City Council on Tuesday approved $2.5 million in contracts for widening the “Y” intersection at the west end of town over the summer.
Although some remain disappointed a roundabout won’t be built at the busy intersection, Public Works Director John Greenhut described the project as “the best we can build right now” and council members, for the most part, agreed.
The Tahoe Daily Tribune’s 50th Anniversary story features the popular stream exhibit at the Taylor Creek Visitors Center, which now attracts nearly 400,000 visitors a year.
Construction was started in 1967, completed in the fall of 1968 and the facility was dedicated in July 1969.
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