Soquel Creek Water District charges for Capitola granny unit under scrutiny SOQUEL -- In Soquel, Capitola and Aptos, a property owner who creates a granny unit is expected to pay for an individual water meter and pay fees of $12,000, slated to go up to $16,000 in July. But Kym DeWitt, elected Capitola treasurer in November, challenged the meter requirement for an accessory dwelling unit in Capitola and sought a variance from the Soquel Creek Water District.
June 12, 2013 - Santa Cruz Sentinel
Board approves dwelling conversion The New Castle Zoning Hearing Board of Appeals has granted a special exception for a two-family dwelling. Michael Ann Lewis was granted the appeal for the property at 300 Rhodes Place. The house is currently a single-family dwelling.
June 8, 2013 - New Castle News
Bruce Flegg in Wingham Chronicle There are a large number of investors who buy small-to-medium-sized lots or an older apartment building,Dr Flegg said. "Much of the lower cost rental properties will increasingly be in multi-dwelling situations ...... this rise will add to...