RENO (AP) - Another Lake Tahoe-area community is cracking down on people who allow easy access to garbage for bears, dogs, raccoons and other animals.
The town of Truckee, Calif., has adopted new rules designed to prevent careless handling of trash and the critters that often come with it.
Similar to regulations at California's nearby Tahoe Donner subdivision and Lake Tahoe's Incline Village, Truckee's trash ordinance comes with teeth: repeat violators face fines of up to $1,000.
The rules approved by the Truckee Town Council took effect a week ago. Some say the move to address trash-eating bears was long …