A 45-day moratorium on new short-term rentals in West Marin has been extended another 22 months and 15 days.
The moratorium had to be implemented in a two-step process to conform with the state law that authorizes the county’s imposition of the freeze. The moratorium was initially approved by Marin County supervisors on May 24 and announced publicly May 5 to allow property owners to act before the moratorium took effect, county officials said.
Sarah Jones, Community Development Agency assistant director, told supervisors on Tuesday that 120 new short-term rentals were approved in West Marin leading up to the adoption of the initial moratorium. Typically, the county receives about four
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