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This week, a state board struck down the short-term rental law passed by Lincoln County voters.

In a decision released Monday, the Oregon Land Use Appeals Board, or LUBA, reversed changes to Lincoln County’s code enacted by Ballot Measure 21-203, which was approved in the November 2021 elections by a margin of 16 points. The measure radically changed regulations on short-term rental licenses in unincorporated areas, setting new occupancy limits and septic tank requirements, and phasing out licenses for located rentals over five years. in low-density residential areas outside cities, among other new regulations.

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