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Thank God iam a second home owner. That could get pretty expensive $$$.:cry:
 

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Tahoe without the summer crowds...hmm...this could be an amazing summer after all! :ponder:
 

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Should be no difference. If its a second home owner or tourist renting a second home or a primary home. Both should be banned until allowed.
 

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Actually second homeowners need to access their properties to conduct maintenance. Fire season is quickly approaching and if homeowners are not able to access to clear defensive space or ensure ice dams from snowmelt are not flooding their property or causing erosion on roads, there will be other problems.

Second homeowners also pay property taxes that pay for county services so landowner rights issues were emerging.
 

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Actually second homeowners need to access their properties to conduct maintenance. Fire season is quickly approaching and if homeowners are not able to access to clear defensive space or ensure ice dams from snowmelt are not flooding their property or causing erosion on roads, there will be other problems.

Second homeowners also pay property taxes that pay for county services so landowner rights issues were emerging.
I can accept the first possibly but the second get in line. A lot of people are restricted to what they use to be able to do now cannot.
 

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@am1 The decision has been made. Lawsuits were brewing and the county perhaps wanted to reduce costs for taxpayers of having to hire lawyers to defend. Lawyers are not taking paycuts during pandemic.

Besides this is a way to partially open the economy without opening the floodgates. Otherwise it is all or nothing which could be disastrous to infrastructure. I could envision other counties doing similarly.
 

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Actually second homeowners need to access their properties to conduct maintenance. Fire season is quickly approaching and if homeowners are not able to access to clear defensive space or ensure ice dams from snowmelt are not flooding their property or causing erosion on road's, there will be other problems.

Second homeowners also pay property taxes that pay for county services so landowner rights issues were emerging.
Why do we have to make distinctions between property owners.
 
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