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Tahoe Housing Crunch Taking a Toll on Local Businesses (Melissa Matheney, KRNV, 10/27/2018)

 

 

The UnionNevada County Supervisors Delay Decision on Accessory Dwelling Units (Alan Riquelmy, The Union, 10/25/2018)

 

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Economy, Housing, Education Just a Few of Topics at Tahoe Economic Summit (South Tahoe Now, 10/12/2018)

 

 

 

Truckee Town Council Candidates Address Housing (Hannah Jones, Sierra Sun, 10/4/2018)

 


 

 

Truckee Railyard Project Making Way (Hannah Jones, Sierra Sun, 9/21/2018)

 

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Progress Made on Workforce Housing But More Can Be Done (Rebecca Bryson, Tahoe Daily Tribune 9/19/2018)

 

 


Tahoe Housing Trouble Part 3 (Maggie Mayer, Tahoe Daily Tribune/Sierra Sun, 8/20/2018)

 

 

 

Tahoe Housing Trouble Part 2  
(Maggie Mayer, Tahoe Daily Tribune/Sierra Sun, 8/13/2018)

 


Our Community’s Future Depends on Housing

(Stacy Caldwell, Moonshine Ink, 8/9/2018)

 


The Wait List

(Sage Sauerbrey, Moonshine Ink, 8/9/2018)

 


Innovative Solutions to Complex Housing Problems
(Moonshine Ink, 8/9/2018)

 


Tahoe Housing Trouble Part 1
(Maggie Mayer, Tahoe Daily Tribune/Sierra Sun, 8/6/2018)

 




Mountain Housing Council Digs into Affordable Housing Dilemma in Tahoe Truckee 
(Hannah Jones, Sierra Sun, 7/31/2018)

 


Placer County Looks to Purchase Affordable Housing Site 
(Hannah Jones, Sierra Sun, 7/25/2018)

 


Truckee Tahoe Airport District Agrees to Subsidize Workforce Housing
– Truckee Tahoe Airport District’s Board of Directors voted to approve an agreement to subsidize twenty-two new workforce housing units with below-market rent.  (Moonshine Ink, News Briefs, 7/13/2017)

Martis Valley Workforce Housing Receives $16 million Grant
(Sierra Sun, Hannah Jones, 7/6/2018)

 

 


Mountain Housing Council Offers Update at Good Morning Truckee

(Sierra Sun, 7/6/2018)

 


Tahoe’s Azure Splendor Leaves Low-Wage Workers BlueThe Lake Tahoe you see in the vacation ads usually features the famous, pristine lake, snow-capped Sierra Nevada mountains, luxury beachfront residences and nearby ski resorts. The Tahoe you don’t see has blocks of rundown, cheap motels that have become the last resort for everyday workers who support the local economy. (CBS Bay Area, April 28).
Who’s Next Door?– Short term rentals have rapidly become a polarizing topic in this community. While property rights advocates argue for the freedom to utilize their homes as assets and housing advocates point to a decline in long term rental inventory being a result, the local jurisdictions are caught in the crossfire and have thus far been treading carefully and cautiously. (Moonshine Ink, April 12)
Groups Partner to Fight Tahoe’s Housing Crisis – Author Tim Hauserman takes a closer look at the formation and work of the Mountain Housing Council of Tahoe Truckee (Tahoe Quarterly, Winter 2018)
Families on the Brink – A look at the challenges facing on of the region’s trailer parks, an important form of local achievable housing. (Moonshine Ink, 2/8/2018)
My Life is Your Vacation … Rental – In mountain and resort communities across the West, short term rental (STR) services like Airbnb and VRBO have exploded in popularity, impacting local communities and forcing government agencies to adapt and react.(Moonshine Ink, 12/14/2017)
Housing Crisis Hurting North Lake Tahoe – Meeting coverage of the Mountain Housing Council Think Tank Meeting held October 2017, by KTVN Channel 2 News.
The View from Here: Place and Privilege – Beneath the Surface of Tahoe – Local reporter Amy Westervelt hosts the fifth episode of The View from Here, Place and Privilege podcast about regional workers struggle to secure housing while many Tahoe – Truckee vacation homes sit vacant. Stacy Caldwell, Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation CEO, introduces the Mountain Housing Council of Tahoe Truckee. (Capital Public Radio, 8/29/2017)
Insights with Beth Ruyak – Tahoe Housing Crunch Hits Working Families – Beth Ruyak interviews MHC partners North Tahoe Family Resource Center, Tahoe Prosperity Center, and Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation about the dynamics of second home ownership, a tourist economy, and collaborative solutions to our local housing crisis. (Capital Public Radio, 8/29/2017)
The View from Here: Place and Privilege – What Does Privilege Have to do with It? Insight host Beth Ruyak introduces The View from Here: Place and Privilege, a multimedia project exploring the housing crisis in Sacramento. This project includes the housing crisis in Tahoe – Truckee. (Capital Public Radio, 8/15/2017)
Housing Crisis Hits Deep in Nevada County – Following one family in Nevada County, we see how county gap in affordable housing means that one personal setback can lead to homelessness. (Sierra Sun, 8/15/2017)
Placer County is Taking Action on Workforce Housing – Jennifer Montgomery speaks to Placer County’s steps towards creating more housing, including participation in the MHC. She announces the regional map of public lands potentially available for workforce housing. (Moonshine Ink, 8/10/2017)
Back of the House in Dire Straits – Moonshine Ink interviews local restaurant owners to share how a “Staffing shortage plagues North Tahoe/Truckee’s kitchens” (Ally Gravina, 7/13/2017)
Leaders Announce Formation of Mountain Housing Council (Sierra Sun, Amanda Rhoades, 5/4/2017)
Housing Crisis: The Missing Middle – Housing tales from the middle class. (Moonshine Ink and Amy Westervelt, 10/14/2016).
Housing Crisis: Little Boxes on the Hillside – Moonshine Ink rounds up major development projects and their associated affordable housing requirements to see where they stand now. (Moonshine Ink, 8/12/2016)
TTCF Announces a Housing Solutions Fund – What happens after the study? Partners focus on solutions. (TTCF in Sierra Sun, 7/7/2016)
Housing Crisis: Housing  Solutions – Making the Pieces Fit (Moonshine Ink, 5/13/2016)
Regional Housing Study Reveals Sobering Statistics – A glimpse into the survey results of 1700 workforce participants. (TTCF in Sierra Sun, 4/11/2016)
Housing Crisis: The Tip of What Could Be – If the local housing crisis isn’t fixed, severe consequences could occur. (Moonshine Ink, 4/8/2016)
Where have all the Employees Gone? – Is the housing crisis making it difficult to keep a high-quality employees at our local businesses? (Moonshine Ink, 3/11/2016)
Housing Crisis: Tahoe Housing History – How has the history of housing and development shaped Lake Tahoe, and how has it contributed to our current housing crisis? (Moonshine Ink, 3/11/2016)
Housing Crisis: Out of Reach – Tahoe’s housing tales show the severity of the region’s housing crisis.  (Moonshine Ink, 2/11/2016)
Regional Housing Study Announcement – Regional organizations partner to implement a regional housing study. (TTCF in Sierra Sun, 12/9/2015)