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Home Based Delivery Trucks? UPS…United Parcel…or Semi-Truck?

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Yucca Valley, Ca.,- Please attend the Home Occupation workshop today, May 27, 2014, at the Yucca Valley Community Center at 6PM.  The Planning Commissioners need to hear from YOU and your neighbors as they are reviewing the Development Code Update addressing HOP, Home Occupation Permits.

Now is the time to be pro-active to shape this section of the code with your concerns.  IF someone applies for a HOP and there are NO restrictions against that type of business, the Director will have the authority to grant that HOP for three years.

If neighbors object at a hearing, Deputy Town Manager Shane Stueckle, has made it clear in the past there are no provisions set forth in the code as a basis to deny the application.

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  1. Dan OBrien Dan OBrien says:

    If you have say an acre or more I see no problem being able to park your big rig in your own yard. Why else would you want to move to that piss hole of a town? We moved from the city to avoid overbearing and draconian laws it is this if it were not for some sort of freedom and independence.

    You worried about UPS or Fedex independent delivery trucks? Really? watch your neighborhood streets….. Look around they are on your streets already. What are you going to say? “No Panel Vans allowed?”

    That would get you lynched.

    Talk about George Orwellian…. Neighbor Ratting on Neighbor sends me off the edge. To me all Code Enforcement should be buried waste deep and stoned.

    But then that is only my opinion.

    • Paparrazi Paparrazi says:

      “We moved from the city to avoid overbearing and draconian laws it is this if it were not for some sort of freedom and independence”
      Thats the point in a nutshell.

      Those that want to discourage home based employment remind me of the same people that put a special fire tax on rural residents. Just because it doesn’t directly effect them they want someone else to pay the price so they go and pick on a small group that aren’t supported by any large business. But don’t forget, local business is directly affected by the income or lack of it from those within it’s purchasing radius. Cut off the pipeline and you’ll run out of oil. Drive home business’s away and there goes your favorite restaurant, grocery store and even radio station.

  2. Mark Clemons Mark Clemons says:

    Just started an operation in Mcallister Ok. Love the ease no hassle just friendly helpful public servants welcoming a new employer. Just the opposite of 29 and yucca. The problem in 29 is not the council it is the people who elect with the expectation of having an inside voice

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