Tahoe in the News

In Congress, a push to keep hundreds of millions flowing to Tahoe for clarity, restoration projects

Gabby Birenbaum | Nevada Independent
January 24, 2023

With the authorization that allows federal funds to flow to the Tahoe Basin set to expire next year, Nevada’s congressional delegation and Tahoe stakeholders are hopeful they can pass a re-authorization this year.

The Lake Tahoe Restoration Act (LTRA), first passed in 2000 and re-authorized in 2016, established a $300 million fund, which grew to $415 million at the time of re-authorization, for environmental improvement projects on both sides of the lake.

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