YUCCA VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION SETS UP CLASSES OF HOME OCCUPATION

YUCCA VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION SETS UP CLASSES OF HOME OCCUPATION

The Yucca Valley Planning Commission met last night. Managing Editor Tami Roleff says the meeting was dominated by discussion of classes of Home Occupation Permits…

At last night’s meeting of the Yucca Valley Planning Commission, commissioners were agreeable to developing different categories, or classes, for home occupation permits. The classes ranged from being exempt from needing a permit, for businesses such as telecommuting, contractors, or house cleaning; to the most regulated, for needing a conditional use permit for businesses that have more than six customers per day, among other requirements. They also agreed that the length of the permit should be extended to three years. Some residents and commissioners wanted to ban the sale of firearms from residential neighborhoods, but the Commissioners were reminded that they were there to decide land use issues, not Second Amendment issues. Generally, the commissioners agreed that regulations on smaller residential parcels should be more restrictive, and larger parcels, be less restrictive. The Commissioners also discussed accessory structures on residential lots, and the consensus was that homeowners should not be limited to just one, or perhaps two, accessory structures. The Commissioners also began discussion again on native plants, and intend to bring it up again at a future meeting.

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