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Vacancy on Conservation board up for grabs

The Tahoe Resource Conservation District has a vacancy on its board of directors.

The TRCD promotes the conservation and improvement of the Lake Tahoe Basin’s soil, water and related natural resources by providing leadership, information, programs and technical assistance to all land managers, owners, organizations and residents.

The potential candidate must be a registered voter within the district and landowner within the boundaries of the district. A majority of the area in the district includes the parts of El Dorado and Placer counties within the Tahoe Basin.

The selected candidate will assist in the development and maintenance of programs by identifying local conservation needs and priorities, setting goals and developing annual work plans.

“Directors also coordinate programs, activities and services with other resource conservation districts and related local and federal agencies,” said Doug Witt, TRCD spokesman. “As a public official, directors are representing landowners and the general public. Directors assume leadership positions within districts by providing direction in their community’s natural resource programs.”

The position is without pay or compensation. Applications must be received by Oct. 9.

Potential candidates are asked to forward resumes to Tahoe Resource Conservation District, P.O. Box 10529, South Lake Tahoe, Calif., 96158. For additional information, residents are asked to contact Witt at (530) 541-4318.

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