Supervisors Discuss Pinecrest And Habitat
Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors
Sonora, CA -- The Tuolumne County Supervisors approved several items this morning.
The Supervisors agreed to waive current and future Building and Safety Division Fees for the Parrotts Ferry Village, being built by Habitat for Humanity. The county's ordinance code allows for the waiving of fees for affordable housing projects.
The Board also sent a letter to the state asking officials to reconsider new restrictions regarding water levels at Pinecrest Lake. It has been a contentious issue, given that Pinecrest is a major water source for Tuolumne County.
In addition, the Supervisors voted unanimously to approve a contract with the company Granicus to begin streaming live video of meetings on the county's website. There is an upfront cost of $8,025, and a monthly maintenance fee of $1,169. It is noted that it often takes around five months to get the program up and running.
Written by BJ Hansen
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