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This is the second of three articles summarizing the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors adoption of several new changes to the County Code that will affect development and construction. These changes, which were adopted in March 2012, are for the most part “friendlier” to construction. My brief article last month focused on changes to the County’s rules about “non-conforming uses and structures”. This article will focus on how the County defines reconstruction of a structure and why that may be important for you.
On March 20, the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors adopted several new changes to the County Code that will affect development and construction. In most cases they are “friendlier” to construction. They are voluminous and detailed. I know you don’t want to hear all the details. If and when you need to know any details is probably when you’d want to hire a person like me. For now, I’ll provide you with the big picture stuff in three parts. This article will focus on changes on the concept on “non-conforming uses and structures”.