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Bishop residents must register for short-term rentals

News release Bishop residents who intend to provide short-term rentals have to register with the city by January 1st, 2018, according to an ordinance adopted by the City Council. To be in compliance with the city, hosts of short-term rentals — which include rentals of any portion of a dwelling for lodging for 30 days or less […]

 
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More from Inyo Supervisors meeting

By Deb Murphy Inyo County’s Board of Supervisors dealt with a couple of sticky land use issues at Tuesday’s meeting: short-term rentals and how to deal with storage/shipping containers in residential areas. The former will be the subject of community outreach; the latter, possibly, with a modification to zoning ordinances and a no-cost route for […]

 
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Bishop City Council talks short-term rentals

By Deb Murphy The Bishop City Council’s concerns that short-term-rentals, commonly referred to as Airbnb’s, could impact the city’s housing shortage, take business away from area motels and hotels and turn peaceful neighborhoods into party central seemed to be assuaged following a presentation by planning staff at Monday’s meeting. After hearing additional research on how […]

 
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Bishop workshop on short-term rentals

Press releases On Monday, April 24th, the Bishop City Council will hold a public workshop during the regular City Council meeting to garner public input on drafting regulations to allow for short-term rentals in Bishop City limits. In the past several years, websites such as Airbnb and VRBO have increased the number of people renting out their […]

 
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Inyo Supervisors discuss short-term rentals

By Deb Murphy Mammoth Lakes dealt with short-term rentals with Measure Z last year, maintaining a status quo where zoning determined where homes could be rented out to tourists. Now the issue has popped up in Inyo as a result of complaints, particularly in Aspendell, of short-term renters mucking up the community ethos. Planning Department’s […]

 
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Mammoth voters give “Yes” to Measure Z

Measure Z “Yes” votes far outnumbered no votes during the special ballot election Tuesday in Mammoth Lakes. The semi-official results from the Mono County Elections Department showed 858 “Yes” votes for a 69.87 percent total and 370 “No” votes, equaling 30.13 percent. Votes were received 1,228 of 2,900 registered voters, according to the Mono County Elections […]

 
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Update: Measure Z forum cancelled

The following press release was issued by the “Let Mammoth Decide” group: The Chamber of Commerce Measure Z Forum planned for September 29, 2015, was cancelled by the No on Z group due to format requests by the YES on Z group. Specifically, Yes on Z supporters felt it was inappropriate for a Town Councilman […]

 
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A look at Measure Z in Mammoth Lakes

By Deb Murphy The town of Mammoth Lakes has been flirting with the idea of short-term rentals in single-family residential zones for years with no real consummation. If the Let Mammoth Decide group succeeds with the October 6 special election on Measure Z, flirting is where this relationship may end. On paper, Z doesn’t really […]

 
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