Nevada Pays Its Tahoe Agency Bill

Associated Press

Nevada’s continued support of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency was assured Wednesday when Gov. Richard Bryan signed a law that will pay the state’s share of the bills.

The measure allocates $346,000 over the next two years for the agency, $7,000 for Nevada delegates and $47,600 for the Nevada Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.

Bryan also signed another bill changing the makeup of the state’s delegation to the joint California-Nevada agency. The governor now will appoint two members instead of just one and the leadership of the Assembly and the Senate each will get one appointee.