EDITOR: Those of us on the anti-Pacaso front lines were encouraged by your recent article about the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors’ plan to hear residents’ concerns regarding this pernicious vacation home startup (“County to hear Pacaso concerns,” Nov. 16).
Many of us subsequently provided input at the meeting and were pleased to hear that our county government is planning proactive measures to head off this threat to both quiet family neighborhoods and bucolic rural areas.
We have also learned that Assemblyman Marc Levine is likely to bring forth state legislation to deter the flipping of residential homes into hotel-
like commercial units.
Pacaso appears to think that it can ignore reasonable and necessary zoning regulations. And bear this in mind: Once a home becomes a Pacaso house, it will never again be occupied by a local family.
Learn more about this menace to our communities by visiting stoppacasonow.com.