The November 12th Good Morning Truckee will focus on the upcoming winter and the ski industry, one of our region’s largest economic drivers. Ron Cohen, President and COO of Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Greg Dallas President and CEO of Sugar Bowl Resort, and David Tirman, Executive Vice President of JMA Ventures/Homewood Resort will share their views of the industry, where it is going, and new business models that are shaping the sport and the industry.
Good Morning Truckee: Sustainability and Environmental Initiatives from TRPA, Town of Truckee, and Sierra Business Council
The October 8th Good Morning Truckee will hear from Joanne Marchetta, Executive Director, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA), the bi-state Compact agency whose mission is to cooperatively lead the work to preserve, restore, and enhance the natural and human environment of the Lake Tahoe Region. This fall, TRPA will mark 50 years since the Bi-State compact was signed into law, creating TRPA. For five decades they have worked to protect Lake Tahoe.
Good Morning Truckee: Updates from Reno-Tahoe Int’l Airport, Community Collaborative of Tahoe Truckee, and Sierra Community House
The September 10th Good Morning Truckee will hear updates from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport; the Community Collaborative of Truckee Tahoe; and Sierra Community House.
Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Hasaan Azam and Trish Tucker, Managers of Air Service Development will provide the latest happenings in air service, and how Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RTIA) and Reno-Stead airports are economic engines for the region in addition to transportation centers.
Last fall, after nearly two years, the Bureau of Reclamation finished a $30 million renovation project to Stampede Dam to reduce flood risk. This spring, a $34 million renovation project for Boca Dam began to address potential failure from seismic events. Hear from Kyle Hughes, Reclamation Project Engineer about these two projects.
There are lots of projects going on around Truckee these days: PC-1 (Coldstream),
Ensuring our surrounding water resources are protected, enhanced, and restored is good for the environment, promotes healthy living, improves quality of life, and enhances our local economy. Good Morning Truckee featured projects that will be accomplishing all of those goals.
Wide, open, and highly welcoming, the Martis Wildlife Area is one of the most popular spots in the Truckee/Tahoe basin. It’s also one of the most environmentally significant parts of the watershed.
Inspired by natural beauty and mountain scenery, Truckee is home to a creative culture that is unique in community spirit, inclusivity, and individual creativity. Truckee earned the prestigious honor of being recognized and designated by the California Arts Council as one of 14 California Cultural Districts. This designation follows California’s recognition of arts as a lever for societal change, and particularly creative placemaking as a tool for community development. … Continue reading Good Morning Truckee: Truckee Cultural District
Tahoe Forest Health System has rolled out a new Financial Services Program designed to help navigate insurance, billing, and financial services. Harry Weis, CEO and Crystal Betts, CFO provided a great presentation reviewing the new program who was instrumental in designing the program from the ground up.
Landing is a new, innovative approach to tackling the housing crisis in Tahoe. When Colin and Kai moved to Truckee last fall,
The April 9th Good Morning Truckee program featured speaker guests from the Truckee Donner Land Trust who spoke about their new project to acquire the 30-acre Olympic Meadow Property in Squaw Valley for public access and conservation in a joint effort with the Squaw Valley Public Service District. Mike Geary, Squaw Valley Public Service District and Perry Norris, Truckee Donner Land Trust shared information about the acquisition,
Truckee Fire Chief Bill Seline and Police Chief Rob Leftwich presented what’s happening in our region to prepare, prevent and respond to a large scale wildfire at the March 12th Good Morning Truckee. They spoke about what the current trends are in prevention and evacuation plans. How personal preparedness and having a self-developed prevention and response plan is the key to success. Additionally, they shared with the group where to obtain critical information and communications in the event of an emergency and what you can expect in a scenario where a large scale evacuation is occurring.
The Good Morning Truckee event on February 12, 2019, featured speakers who presented on topics about Climate Change Science and Air Traffic Control Technology.
Storm frequency or intensity? How much is caused by human-induced global warming? How do you mitigate the effects of climate change and adapt to a new baseline climate? Derek Larson has been a professor at Sierra College since 2000 – his newest course is called “Energy,