New regulations meant to notify neighbors of the presence of short-term rentals and inform guests of county rules were adopted by the Marin County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday after a year of consideration.  

The ordinance, which sunsets in two years, gives short-term rental owners the option of either hanging an outdoor sign while . . .

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