South Lake Tahoe crews helping water find its way around snow to city storm drains
A break from the snowfall in South Lake Tahoe, but that doesn't mean public works crews are getting a "breather." The city has seen, and those crews have dealt with, many feet of snow in recent weeks. “They have been working 24/7,” said Anush Nejad, Director of Public Works for South Lake Tahoe. “They are heroes, I tell you.” Now it's the rain adding a layer of complexity to what workers are facing.