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Short-term renters may use Lake Arrowhead again, as San Bernardino Superior Judge Gilbert Ochoa placed a preliminary injunction Jan. 19 against the Arrowhead Lake Association’s aquatic ban.

Ochoa found that the Arrowhead Lake Association’s 2020 bylaw change, which prevented short-term renters from using the lake or the area’s reserve strips, is likely to be proved to violate the association’s 1964 Settlement Agreement.

The 1964 Agreement grants house owners, and their successors, the rights for themselves, their lessees and their house guests to use the reserve strips for recreation and foot travel, and Lake Arrowhead for recreation.

The Agreement

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