STATELINE, Nev. — Around 40 people spoke in favor of an events center on Thursday afternoon. The meeting was a drill for next month’s session where the Tahoe Douglas Visitors Authority is expected to ask for a $34.5 million commitment from the Redevelopment Agency No. 2 to fund construction of the center. Lake Tahoe residents and business officials turned out in force to show their support for the center. A handful of opponents, including commission candidate Mark Gardner, spoke against using redevelopment funding to build the center.
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