The Town of Truckee has announced:
New, Sustainable Trash & Recycling Services Coming to Town of Truckee
The Town of Truckee is excited to announce upcoming improvements to trash and recycling services.
Click here to read the press release
The new franchise agreement with TTSD will be presented to Town Council at their meeting December 12, 2017 at 6:00pm. The public is encouraged to attend to learn more about the improved service changes and provide public comment.
Information on the land use applications currently being processed for three grocery stores in Truckee.
The Truckee Planning Division is currently processing land use applications for three grocery stores. There has been a lot of community dialog about the who, what and when of these grocery stores. This fact sheet was created for information sharing purposes. As of the writing of this fact sheet, November 27, 2017, these are proposed projects; none of the land use applications have been approved by the Town of Truckee. However, all of these grocery store projects are anticipated to be considered by the Truckee Planning Commission in the next few months.
Please click HERE for more information.
Please see agenda for the November 8th board meeting Here
Please pick up a bag of candy on your next shopping trip to donate to our neighbors on the Evensham/Rolands loop!
They get 100+ visitors on that day. Please check out video from last year. Evensham Halloween 2016
Drop off candy at the clubhouse before FRIDAY OCTOBER 27th!!
Great Glenshire Lake Trail project happening on Truckee River Day. Click on Truckee River Watershed Council to sign up and be part of our Glenshire community
Due to on going weather interruptions, the tennis courts are possibly delayed till spring as all the contractors are pushed out.
2017 Election Results!
Four candidates were running for three open seats. There were 1,133 votes cast in this year’s election, not including 17 unsigned ballots received, deeming them invalid. The three elected candidates are:
Pamela Stock, Incumbent
Jamie Brimer, Incumbent
We would like to thank ALL four of the candidates for their willingness to volunteer their time to make our community a better place to live.
Join us for Glenshire Devonshire’s Annual Membership meeting. Hot topics will be results of the Board of Director’s election results and our 2018 budget.
The annual dues were last increased in 2015. The GDRA Board of Directors will be considering raising annual dues in 2018 by $30 a year to offset inflation with the majority set as a line item in Capital expenses to help the Glenshire Lake health through drainage and sediment control and improvement projects. The current Board analyzed that smaller expenses incurred now to increase Lake health can prevent larger issues and expenses at a latter date. The board will also be considering raising pool pass fees to help offset inflation and the continued State of California increases in minimum wage. Pool pass fees were last increased in 2015. Along the same lines Clubhouse rental fees will be looked at because of increased cleaning and maintenance costs.
The Annual Meeting also provides a time when members can speak with the GDRA board members in an open forum format. No policies can be passed but items can be considered for future meetings.
Click on the links below for agendas
PLEASE REMEMBER TO VOTE!
Official Ballots should be in your mailbox!
Make sure to put the Ballot inside the “official envelope”, seal it, then place that into the “Return Envelope”, seal and SIGN!!! You can mail it or drop off at the clubhouse anytime. We have a drop box right outside the clubhouse entrance doors.
The ballot will NOT be counted if you don’t follow this procedure.
We received a ballot in the office today that wont be counted because it was not signed