Voters to decide on Measure S changes |

Voters to decide on Measure S changes

Ryan Buchan / Tahoe Daily Tribune intern

On Friday, the South Lake Tahoe Recreation Facilities Joint Powers Authority approved a measure for November’s ballot that would relocate funds from Measure S to reconfigure the Little League fields on Rufus Allen Boulevard.

Voters approved Measure S in 2000, which granted funds for recreation facilities.

South Lake Tahoe City Councilman Bill Crawford, who is a member of the joint powers board, said Friday’s meeting went smoothly and there were no comments from the community. The new measure passed with no objections from the board, Crawford said.

He added that the authority will meet again on July 24, at 8 a.m., to finalize the ballot language.

The measure must receive a two-thirds vote to pass.

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