Calif. county sets rules for Lake Tulloch vacation rentals

11/20/2012 | Calaveras Enterprise (San Andreas, Calif.)

Officials in California's Calaveras County have passed rules regarding rental homes in Lake Tulloch that will require homeowners to purchase a renters permit and pay annual fees to capitalize on the demand for summer-vacation rentals. "The unregulated and illegal summer rental business has become a big problem," said Jack Cox, former president of Copper Cove at Lake Tulloch Owners Association. "I bought my house with my eyes wide open, but I didn't buy it so that someone could open up a business next door."

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Calaveras Enterprise (San Andreas, Calif.)

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