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U-Haul hopes to inspire change in visual development

U-Haul Tahoe’s facilities are set to get an overhaul this year respective of positive environmental and sustainable impacts to the community.

U-Haul will expand its facilities, including construction of a new building, renovation of the current buildings, and legalize its monument sign to “create a statement” along the Highway 50 corridor. Perimeter and internal landscaping will be added as well.

“We believe for everyone’s future growth, restoration of the built environment is a necessity,” David Pollock, development manager for U-Haul, said Tuesday at the South Lake Tahoe City Council meeting.

Pollock said U-Haul’s hopes its improvements will encourage others to do the same and re-invest in their community and properties.

“U-Haul believes that if we participate we can restore and unify visual quality of the community and achieve a sustainable business process,” Pollock said.

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