Column | Housing Crisis
The local housing crisis is making it damn near impossible to ski every day and pay rent, what’s a bum to do?
Will our community survive if its police officers, teachers, business owners, and those who have lived here all their lives can’t find housing? The answer is knocking on the front door, like it or not. Here are eight housing tales that tell the story.
We round up major development projects approved in the last 15 years and look at their associated affordable housing requirements. We ask, where are they now and — where we could find out — why.
As Tahoe delves into a rabid housing crisis, the real question is: What solutions can we tap into to solve this issue?
If the local housing crisis isn’t fixed, severe consequences could occur
Moonshine Ink's second installment of our Housing Crisis series gives a timeline of how the Tahoe/Truckee region got to this point of high home prices and low-wage employees scrambling for accommodations.
Tahoe’s housing tales show the severity of the region’s housing crisis.
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