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Special District

Truckee-Tahoe Airport DistrictCandidate for Director

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Jim Morrison

7,163 votes (35.3%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Mitigating jet noise annoyance with "quiet corridors" - a game changer for homeowners - to implement ADS-B radar to re-route a significant number of planes over Hwy 267/Lake Tahoe rather than above residential areas in close proximity to the airport.
  • Providing dedicated and experienced leadership as a pilot on the five-member TTAD board of directors. Implementing expertise of flight, airport, FAA and stakeholder complexities to continue acting on behalf of North Lake Tahoe communities.
  • Being a good neighbor to all communities in the airport district, continuing to support environmental and economic efforts and upholding best practices for safety, like ways to cut down on response time for emergencies.



University of Nevada, Reno


Jim Morrison is an experienced pilot and local business owner. His company, Jim Morrison Construction, has been building homes in the Truckee-North Lake Tahoe area since 1999. Morrison has deep roots in the community and is very philanthropically involved with various local organizations. Morrison is an avid skier and athlete, he loves being outside, whether it be climbing, biking or running, he is ever appreciative of the area in which we live.      

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