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    Marin County, Calif., Survey Asks Community for Feedback On Short-Term Rentals

    Marin County, Calif., is considering an update to its ordinance restricting new registrations and licenses for short-term rental (STR) properties and is asking the community to take part in a survey to collect feedback on the issue. The county first passed a short-term rental ordinance in 2018, requiring STR owners in unincorporated areas to notify occupied neighboring properties prior to getting or renewing a business license. West Marin County went further last year by placing a temporary moratorium on new registrations and licenses for short-term properties. Now, Marin's Community Development Agency will be presenting an update to the west county ordinance to the Board of Supervisors by the end of this year that would end the moratorium, the county said. A survey about the issue has been posted by the county seeking input from the community.

    SFGATE.com (04/14/23)

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