TCC hosts annual meeting |

TCC hosts annual meeting

Jenifer Ragland

The Tahoe Citizens Committee is asking at least half of its 850 members to show their support by attending the group’s annual meeting tonight.

There are no major issues to discuss or legislative strategies to plan, but because of the Nevada law governing non-profit corporations, the group must conduct a meeting each year to elect its board of directors.

“According to our by-laws, each member of our organization has one vote, so we will need at least 425 members there to have a quorum,” said Kelly Krolicki, TCC executive coordinator.

Krolicki said she sent out voting forms to all members, but has not yet received a majority back. If a quorum is not in attendance, the TCC will have to postpone the election until a majority of voting forms can be collected.

The TCC’s nominating committee last month agreed to re-elect the current officers – Michael Jabara, chairman, Doug Patterson, treasurer, and Vick Beelik, secretary.

Electing the board of directors is the primary item on the agenda for Thursday’s meeting, scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Lakeside Inn & Casino in Stateline.

However, Krolicki said the group will also discuss its upcoming fund-raiser.

Set for April 13 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course Clubhouse, the event will feature food, wine and entertainment, and will be limited to 300 people.

Tickets are $30, with the proceeds benefiting TCC’s movement to split from Douglas County and form a separate government stretching from Stateline to Crystal Bay on the North Shore.

Call 588-1997 for more information.

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