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Tahoe Keys Marina planning meeting Friday

A steering committee meeting concerning the proposed Tahoe Keys Marina master plan is scheduled for Friday morning.

It will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at the Tahoe Keys Marina. It is open to the public.

Master plan improvements that are planned include 150 additional boat slips, 120 additional parking spaces, 2,800 square feet of additional commercial floor area, 3,000 square feet of additional indoor boat storage space and boat racks to accommodate 130 more boats.

The marina, its consultants, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and the city of South Lake Tahoe are in the process of starting to develop the environmental documents for the plan.

In 1990 TRPA adopted guidelines for marina master plans, which require any marina expansion of more than 10 slips or 10 buoys to have a TRPA-approved master plan.

A steering committee – made up of TRPA, South Lake Tahoe, the Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board, Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association, California Tahoe Conservancy and others – met in January to begin discussions on the plan.

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