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California Supreme Court puts an end to the ”Loop Road’ lawsuit

Paula, South Tahoe Now
March 6, 2019

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – In 2016 a group of citizens gathered enough signatures to put a measure before the voters in November of that year to prevent the City of South Lake Tahoe from taking any action on what has been known as the Loop Road project (though the official name is the US 50/South Shore Community Revitalization Project) without first getting approval by the voters.

Today the California Supreme Court put an end to that measure.

Jason Collin, who at that time was a candidate for City Council, filed a lawsuit against the City to prevent that measure from making it to the ballot. He said the measure was “flawed” and a vote on the project was not within the City’s authority.

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