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Posted: Friday, December 7, 2012 10:37 am | Updated: 10:40 am, Fri Dec 7, 2012.

Who: Wendell and Lana Houck of Herald, Gerry Bryant of Walnut Creek, Joanne and Dennis Seibel of Lodi and Bill Moersch.

Occupation: Wendell and Lana are cattle ranchers and Gerry is a retired employee of AT&T.

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The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency says the private college failed to obtain a permit necessary to move dirt at what is now part of the North Lake Tahoe Demonstration Garden.

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