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Member Feedback Sought

Tahoe Donner’s board of directors, General Plan Committee and staff are seeking input from homeowners regarding two draft plans. The Euer Valley Operating Plan (pdf) proposes appropriate uses and guidelines for the newly-purchased property. The Cross Country & Equestrian Center Conceptual Facility and Activity Plan (pdf) outlines new facilities and activities for the year-round amenity space on Alder Creek Road, adjacent to the Euer Valley. Town hall meetings to hear member feedback are being held at the same times and locations, since there is some overlap on the issues to be discussed. The meetings are to be held at The Lodge Restaurant & Pub:

  • March 13, 5-7 p.m.
  • March 17, 3-5 p.m.

The first hour of each meeting will focus on the Euer Valley and the second hour will focus on the conceptual facility and activity plan. For more information on these capital projects, visit the Euer Valley project page and the Cross Country & Equestrian Center Facility project page.

March 9, 2012

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Tahoe Donner has signed a purchase agreement with John and Robert Euer to buy approximately 482 acres of Euer Valley. As a result, management began a planning process to reach out to membership and identify a plan for collecting input over the next six months on the future uses of Euer Valley.

View a map of Euer Valley (pdf) or check out all that the Euer Valley has to offer.

Tahoe Donner Association management and its Board of Directors will host a series of membership meetings and distribute information to give the membership an opportunity express opinions in the upcoming membership survey.

Meeting dates and locations:

Sunday, November 20, 2011 – Meeting summary (pdf)

Wednesday, November 30, 2011 – Meeting summary (pdf)

Saturday, December 10, 2011 – Meeting summary (pdf)

Sunday, December 18, 20011 – Meeting summary (pdf)

The land purchase is being financed entirely with funds from the Recreational Amenity Expansion Fund which were generated when 32 acres of undeveloped land belonging to the association (now known as Donner Crest) were sold in 2004. While exact acreage and purchase price will be determined by survey, the property is expected to cost approximately $3 million. There will be no special assessment necessary for this purchase that will greatly benefit the membership and add value to owning in Tahoe Donner.

“We have been in discussion with [John Euer] for many years concerning this spectacular piece of land that we previously have been leasing… We are thrilled to have this major piece of property adjacent to Tahoe Donner available permanently to many generations of our homeowners for recreational enjoyment throughout the entire year.  The board greatly appreciates the efforts of our general manager, Robb Etnyre, in seeing this purchase to completion.”

– Tahoe Donner Board of Directors President Suzy Knisley.

Members are asked to not access this private piece of property until escrow closes and the new rules are published. If you would like to share your thoughts regarding the appropriate use of this property, please attend one of the meetings mentioned above or send your comments to euervalley@tahoedonner.com.

January 1, 2012