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Some second homeowners to provide housing for those affected by coronavirus

Paula Peterson, South Tahoe Now
April 8, 2020

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – In a time when many in the community are upset with the second homers or their renters who came to “shelter in place” in South Lake Tahoe, many of homeowners have come together to provide needed housing to agencies bringing in the essential workforce.

“VHRs for Essential Service Workforce” will be providing housing for 7-29 days for those needed in the community during the coronavirus pandemic, those who need to quarantine for themselves or are in town to assist, and not for any other purpose by owners or guests.

Stuart Roberson, the owner of RnR Vacation Rentals, said his homeowners that normally rent to tourists have been eager to help with community needs.

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