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Posted: Friday, March 8, 2013 8:56 am | Updated: 8:33 am, Tue Mar 12, 2013.

A special zoning ordinance requiring Lake Tulloch’s short-term vacation rental units to apply for administrative use permits will again be before Calaveras County supervisors Tuesday.

The proposed ordinance aims to aid in safety and nuisance reduction. Supervisors will meet at 9 a.m. in the Board Chambers, 891 Mountain Ranch Road, San Andreas.

Administrative use permits would allow the county to regulate occupancy, parking, noise and property maintenance issues that have plagued Lake Tulloch’s neighbors for years.

The Planning Department will present a formally redefined boundary of the Lake Tulloch area – to include all subdivisions contiguous to the lake’s shoreline – and formal occupancy guidelines – two persons per bedroom plus an additional two persons per property, excluding children younger than three.

At 1:30 p.m. a study session will be held to discuss the 2012-13 mid-year financial report and to seek board direction regarding developing the 2013-14 fiscal year’s budget. Tuesday’s meeting will be called to order at 9 a.m.

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  • Charles Dudley Jr posted at 12:56 pm on Mon, Mar 11, 2013.

    Charles Dudley Jr Posts: 1281

    Ya we should all desire to live "Under the thumb" of the City Limits and all of it's restrictions and nobody allowed to live out in the country areas and be at ease to live as we want to. Why does that sound like UN Agenda 21? Another question might be is "What does the original home owners covenant state about these issues if the original home owners covenant for that area in question still exists?": So far I have read nothing about it in any of the various news sources reporting on this. Most all subdivision type developments have a home owners covenant. Is the Board of Supervisors over stepping their boundary lines in any way by attempting to add to an already existing covenant? Most property owners forget about these things.

  • shifty posted at 8:00 am on Mon, Mar 11, 2013.

    shifty Posts: 93

    The "homeowners" brought this on themselves by just letting whomever rent and be a problem to the people who actually live there...

  • Charles Dudley Jr posted at 6:02 am on Sun, Mar 10, 2013.

    Charles Dudley Jr Posts: 1281

    So much for country living outside of an incorporated city. This just opens the door for other moves by government just like this. Wonder how many places will go up for sale on the market.