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Via Press Release
06/12/2014 9:14 AM

It’s a no for a proposed “wee-house” in Amador County. During their regular meeting this week, the Amador County Board of Supervisors denied a request to place a 390 square foot single family home on a property on Aubrey Lane, located about 1 ½ miles east of Jackson. Concerns included the fact that such a building fell below minimum County Code requirements of 800 square feet, and assertion from neighboring property owners that the “wee-home” would bring down property values in the area. In other business, the Supervisors agreed to set a date of August 12 for a Public Hearing on a rate adjustment request by ACES Waste Services. Among other issues, the adjustment would fund an engineering design improvement at the Buena Vista Transfer Station for storm water protection. Such improvements were reported necessary to comply with State regulations. Topics of Lincoln Mine water impacts, P.G.&E. hydro-electric generation, refilling the vacant Agricultural Commissioner position, and distribution of Mule Creek Expansion mitigation funds will come back at the next meeting.

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