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Vacation rentals to face regulation in Coconino County

Coconino County vacation rentals

Coconino County vacation rentalsBy Emery Cowan | Arizona Daily Sun

Jeff Meilander began Flagstaff Eco Ranch two and a half years ago as a nonprofit sustainable living and agriculture demonstration site. The Baderville ranch has served as a place to grow produce in support of local healthy eating causes, host volunteers and hold hands-on educational events.

While the nonprofit gets some donations and sells some of its produce, a big chunk of its funding comes from income Meilander earns by using part of his home as a vacation rental. Renting out his two downstairs bedrooms during the summer months provides the majority of Flagstaff EcoRanch’s income, he said.

In recent years, short-term vacation rentals like Meilander’s haven’t been regulated in Coconino County, though that has a good chance of changing in a few months.

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