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April 9, 2013
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Tahoe’s shoreline at Nevada could go public

Public access to Lake Tahoe’s Nevada shoreline could look a lot more like California’s access under a law introduced into the Silver State’s Legislature. Unlike California, Nevada law does not provide for public access on private property between the high- and low-water marks at Lake Tahoe. Nevada Assembly Bill 396 would allow access up to the high-water mark of public waters in the state. Jan Brisco, executive director of the Tahoe Lakefront Owners’ Association, said the bill represents a “significant shift” in how property rights operate on the Nevada side of the lake. Under the legislation, people also would be …

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The Nevada Appeal Updated Apr 9, 2013 06:56PM Published Apr 9, 2013 10:28AM Copyright 2013 The Nevada Appeal. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.