Regional planning -- Tahoe, Lake, Region (Calif. and Nev.)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Laurel Ames is a long-time resident of South Lake Tahoe who has worked with various agencies dedicated to the use and conservation of Lake Tahoe including The League to Save Lake Tahoe, the California Water Quality Control Board, Sierra Club, and the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. The collection contains materials created and collected by Ames while working with organizations in the Lake Tahoe basin whose primary goal was to protect Lake Tahoe from overdevelopment and urbanization.
Soroptimist International of Nevada was a women's organization for women executives in business and professions. Tapes of a panel discussion sponsored by the Soroptimists. Nevada state legislators from Washoe County discuss issues of interest to women which were under consideration in the 1979 legislature. Material from March 6, 1979.
The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency was created jointly in the late 1960s as a bi-state compact by the states of California and Nevada to meet Lake Tahoe basin-wide planning needs, including general plans. Collection contains meeting information and minutes from 1962-2010.
Report by Raymond M. Smith includes information about regional planning efforts in the Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada, basin beginning in the 1950s and histories and goals of various Tahoe organizations and agencies. Smith was formerly a planning director of Washoe County, Nevada (1970).