Lake California gets Tehama Co. Supervisors support for secondary access road
RED BLUFF, Calif. —
At a regularly scheduled meeting of the Tehama County Supervisors on Tuesday, the board of supervisors voted to support the residents of Lake California as they seek a secondary access road.
In a letter written to the board, the president of the Lake California Owners Association laid out the fact that the subdivision only has one way in or out which could become an issue during a natural disaster.
The association was requesting the supervisors help to initiate a dialog between Wild Thyme Ranch, LLC, who owns the property where the proposed access road would be built.
The board voted to support the request for a secondary access road and authored a letter to Wild Thyme Ranch, LLC, asking for them to sit down with the county and the Lake California association to discuss next steps.
The county did note that they are open to discussing other routes, beyond what is currently proposed by the owners association, that could possibly work for all parties.