The how and why of a short-term rental ordinance

Videography and video editing by Ethan Paggi T

Of all the takeaways from the Tulare County Planning Commission meeting of September 25, among the most important was that there is still work to do on the draft Short-Term Rental Ordinance. Though the meeting was held in the Board of Supervisor’s chambers, the seven persons seated up front on the dais were planning commissioners representing the county’s five supervisorial districts plus two at-large members.

The September 25 comments offered by more than a dozen Three Rivers residents and stakeholders are indispensable in revising the draft and determining equitable fees. Next week, several of these speakers will be presented by 3RiversNews that recorded the proceedings in their entirety.The how and why of a short-term rental ordinance

In this Part 1 video, Michael Washam, associate director of the County’s Resource Management Agency, explained to the Planning Commission why a short-term rental ordinance is needed and how it will work. The segment concludes with discussion of how much it will cost. The how and why of a short-term rental ordinance

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In this Part 1 video, Michael Washam, Associate Director of RMA explained to the Planning Commission why a short-term ordinance is needed and how it will work. The segment concludes with discussion of how much it will cost. The how and why of a short-term rental ordinance

Videography by Ethan Paggi T

One thought on “The how and why of a short-term rental ordinance

  • October 16, 2019 at 4:02 pm
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    That was a nice presentation by Michael Washam summarizing the direction provided by the Board of Supervisors.

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