Meyers Restarts Process to be a More Livable Community
Kathryn Reed, April 6th, 2012
That last part kept being pounded into the more than 40 people who attended the Meyers Roundtable meeting this week. But only a fraction of those people are ordinary citizens of this enclave at the base of Echo Summit. The rest have jobs with El Dorado County, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, or other planning-design-consulting firms.
County Supervisor Norma Santiago, after the more than two-hour meeting on April 4, told Lake Tahoe News, “The teams will define the projects they want to implement so then we can shop for funding to pay for it.” (Santiago is also on the TRPA Governing Board.)
She said the now much-outdated community plan never came to fruition because there was no funding.
Sue Novasel, who leads the roundtable, was ...