Forest Service Management Plan At Lake Tahoe Could Spark ‘Development Race’
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LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) – Heavenly Mountain Resort is protesting the U.S. Forest Service’s management plan for Lake Tahoe.
The Tahoe Daily Tribune says the resort claims a plan to restrict future ski resort development to 200 acres would apply to all four ski resorts in Tahoe.
Heavenly says, as a result, the plan could spark a “development race” by encouraging resorts to submit proposals to develop the 200 acres before other resorts.