State of Three Rivers: Supervisor Crocker speaks on restroom project, STR ordinance

You’ve heard of the State of the Union address, the State of the State, and even the State of the County — speeches in the new year to update constituents. And the State of Three Rivers? That tradition started in the mid 1990s when Bill Sanders was the Tulare County supervisor for District 1. State of Three Rivers

If there was a town meeting scheduled for January, the county supervisor would deliver the update there. In other years, it was a New Year’s greeting published in The Kaweah Commonwealth

In 2020, there’s no town meeting on the schedule, so Supervisor Crocker furnished his community update while in Three Rivers inspecting the progress of the County’s local project — building public restrooms, a long-awaited project for Three Rivers. State of Three Rivers

Short Term Rentals Ordinance— “We know we have some issues to address up here,” Crocker said. “The key on the short term rentals ordinance is to protect the property owner’s right to have a vacation rental. If you follow the rules, then the county ordinance works with minimal oversight. If you don’t, then [the County of Tulare] must protect the rights of your neighbors. It’s a delicate balance.”  State of Three Rivers

Have a question for Supervisor Crocker or need information on an upcoming meeting? Call the clerk of the Board of Supervisors at (559) 636-5000. State of Three Rivers

“We know we have some issues to address up here,” Crocker said, “The key on the short term rentals ordinance is to protect the property owner’s right to have a vacation rental. If you follow the rules then the county ordinance works with minimal oversight. If you don’t, then the county must protect the rights of your neighbors. It’s a delicate balance.” “We know we have some issues to address up here,” Crocker said, “The key on the short term rentals ordinance is to protect the property owner’s right to have a vacation rental. 

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