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    Larimer County Approves New Rules for Short-Term Rentals

    Larimer County, Colo., commissioners have approved new regulations governing short-term rental properties, which will go into effect June 1. Under the new rules, new and existing licenses can be transferred to immediate family members. Existing licenses can be transferred to a nonfamily member just once and the transfer must occur within 10 years of licensure. No other transfers will be allowed. Greg Rosener, spokesperson for the Estes Valley Short Term Rental Alliance, said the new regulations "could have been a lot worse. A lot of other communities don't have license transferability at all. That's a big element for us."

    Coloradoan (04/04/23) Pat Ferrier

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