Zephyr Cove district set to name directors | TahoeDailyTribune.com

Zephyr Cove district set to name directors

Michael Schneider

Three incumbents and two newcomers will seek Douglas County Commission appointment to the Zephyr Knolls General Improvement District board of trustees.

Both Chairman Bruce Patras and Vice Chairman Darrell Harris are seeking reappointment to a two-year term. Trustee Carl Paulson is also seeking another term.

Resident Dave McCune and South Shore public relations executive Phil Weidinger are seeking appointment to the other two vacant seats.

The improvement district board nominated the five at its last meeting. Commissioners can either approve or reject the nominations.

All board positions are for two-year terms.

Also on the agenda is an item regarding bills introduced at the recently convened Nevada Legislature.

Included in this item is discussion on Assembly Bill 132, which would authorize the Nevada State Lands Department to establish certain programs related to the Tahoe Basin. County Manager Dan Holler will recommend the commissioners watch the bill as it makes its way through the Legislature. He will not endorse or oppose the bill.

Also, commissioners who serve on various Lake Tahoe boards, such as the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority, will update the rest of the commission on what has happened in February.

Who: Douglas County Commission

Where: Lake Administration Building, 175 U.S. Highway 50

When: Today, 1:30 p.m.

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