North Tahoe property twice threatened by development now permanently protected

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Reno Gazette Journal | Amy Alonzo | Dec 15, 2020


The newly purchased 120.4 acres below the Brockway Summit is a big win for Big Blue.


More than 100 acres of land along the Tahoe Basin that was twice threatened by major development has been permanently preserved.

The United States Forest Service has acquired 120 acres of land at Brockway Summit in North Tahoe. The property, located on the rim of the Tahoe Basin, had been proposed for development twice in the last six years but will now remain publicly accessible open space.

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