El Dorado County sets new date for rescheduled meeting on VHRs
El Dorado County officials announced today that they have settled on a new date for a rescheduled meeting to discuss vacation home rentals.
Although some of the details are not final, county supervisors intend to host a special meeting Saturday, March 3, in South Lake Tahoe.
Supervisors attempted to host a special meeting on VHRs on Thursday, Feb. 1, at the Lake Tahoe Airport. Shortly after the meeting started, the fire marshal informed supervisors that the room was filled above the 112-person capacity.
Supervisors are tentatively planning to start the rescheduled meeting at 1 p.m. The county has identified several possible locations and is attempting to nail down the particulars, according to Carla Hass, communications director for the county.
In the meantime, the county’s ad hoc committee on VHRs will meet Monday, Feb. 12, at the California Conservation Corps Tahoe Center at 1949 Apache Ave., South Lake Tahoe. The meeting, which is open to the public, will take place from 1:30-3:30 p.m.
In addition to taking public comment on Feb. 12, the committee will review public input gathered before the start of the Feb. 1 meeting.
Supervisors created the committee in September 2017 to help craft possible changes to the county’s VHR ordinance in the unincorporated portion of El Dorado County. The committee has no policy-making authority.
CLARIFICATION: This story has been updated to reflect that the county has identified several locations. An earlier version of this story stated the county was still searching for a location.
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