Home rentals are legal at this time. Short-term rentals, those lasting for less than 30 days, are under legal consideration and a rule that limits short-term rentals will be placed on the ballot for the 2013 LPA Annual Meeting on May 11. The new rule would require any LPA member/owner that rents their home to register the renters and provide contact information for those using the home. This would help to provide information on rules and regulations of the Association to those who rent the homes, keep the comings and goings at a property to a reasonable level, yet still allows rentals. The proposal would limit short-term rentals by allowing only one rental of less than thirty days to occur during a thirty day period. This would essentially limit a home to being rented 13 times a year at a maximum. The primary concern of those opposing "vacation type" rentals is the change in the nature of the private community to being "almost public" in the way homes could be rented and boating privileges extended with constant turnover of users coming and going from homes. If the membership approves the rule it will become effective at a time yet to be determined.
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