Truckee Fire Chief Bill Seline and Police Chief Rob Leftwich presented what’s happening in our region to prepare, prevent and respond to a large scale wildfire at the March 12th Good Morning Truckee. They spoke about what the current trends are in prevention and evacuation plans. How personal preparedness and having a self-developed prevention and response plan is the key to success. Additionally, they shared with the group where to obtain critical information and communications in the event of an emergency and what you can expect in a scenario where a large scale evacuation is occurring.
The Good Morning Truckee event on February 12, 2019, featured speakers who presented on topics about Climate Change Science and Air Traffic Control Technology.
Storm frequency or intensity? How much is caused by human-induced global warming? How do you mitigate the effects of climate change and adapt to a new baseline climate? Derek Larson has been a professor at Sierra College since 2000 – his newest course is called “Energy,
Good Morning Truckee kicked off the New Year with presentations from the Town of Truckee and Nevada County as to what’s on their radar for 2019.
View Presentations from Truckee Mayor David Tirman who presented a “State of the Town” update on a variety of key topics. Denyelle Nishimori, Town of Truckee Community Development Director, provided information on the General Plan Update and what the community can expect in terms of how to get involved.
On November 13th Good Morning Truckee attendees heard from top ski industry leaders as they share their views of the industry, where it is going, consolidations, mergers, new business models, and more.
Michael Reitzell, the President of Ski California started the morning off by providing some information on what’s new with the organization. Ski California represents 32 snow sports areas in California and Nevada and coordinates state and national legislative activities,
California voters will have 11 propositions to weigh in on of the November 6, 2018 midterm elections. Propositions include everything from affordable housing funding, the price of gas, rent control to more? esoteric? issues such as should state lawmakers be given the opportunity to nix daylight saving time and how paramedics should spend their break time.
For a quick non-partisan overview of the propositions,
Are you looking to learn how to drive business growth using data? For the September 20th, 2018 Knowledge Bites, Google National Trainer, Corissa Saint Laurent presented to local Truckee Businesses teaching them how to do this.
How do you know what insights and data you should be focusing on as a business owner? Where are the tools and resources to help you accomplish your goals?
There are so many educational opportunities in our region – from public, charter and private, to alternative and higher education – the good work of many have created lots of options. Each one offers its own innovative programs to create educational pathways that meet individual needs. Learn about these offerings and the strong relationships between these educational institutions and the community that help provide rich, diverse, … Continue reading Good Morning Truckee: educational opportunities
We all know there are two seasons up here…. winter and construction season and we are definitely in the latter right now. From the infrastructure / road work taking place downtown in conjunction with the Railyard, the Envision DPR project, Coburn’s Crossing, the CHP project, construction out by the airport, to the SR 89/Fanny Bridge Community Revitalization Project in Tahoe City, plus linking our paved trail system to neighboring communities such as Squaw,
Unaffordable housing is a problem for cities all across the western region of the United States. Addressing affordable housing is a top priority for the Town of Truckee, Nevada and Placer Counties who came together last year as partners in the Mountain Housing Council of Tahoe Truckee (MHC). The Council includes over twenty-five additional partners including regional special districts, nonprofits organizations, businesses,
The world of communications is constantly changing – and at a rapid pace. Infobesity, or information overload, is an epidemic plaguing society and the business world. How do you get your message heard and through which medium? Where and how are Truckee locals getting their information? How do community organizations and institutions get important community information out to their constituents?
On June 12th,