Short-term Rental Regs get Preliminary Approval

By | June 7, 2017

The Daily Inter Lake reports that the Flathead County commissioners on Tuesday took the first step toward imposing regulations for short-term rental housing by passing a resolution of intent to adopt a permit process and performance standards for rentals.

Commissioners Gary Krueger and Pam Holmquist voted in favor of the zoning text amendment, which will require an administrative conditional-use permit for homeowners who operate short-term or vacation rentals in zoned areas of the county. The North Fork Zoning District was exempted from the proposal because guest cabins are a permitted use.

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