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Counties, cities explore different regulations for short-term rentals

By   /   Friday, August 12th, 2016  /   Comments Off on Counties, cities explore different regulations for short-term rentals

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Alex Kacik The Santa Barbara County Planning Commission recommended allowing short-term rentals in large agriculturally zoned properties in unincorporated areas throughout the county. As the region’s wine industry has blossomed, the tourism demand for areas like the Santa Ynez Valley has boomed. There are about 80 permitted STRs in the Santa Ynez Valley, but county…

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