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Lincoln County extends lodging moratorium until June

Lincoln County Commissioners and representatives from the county's cities held a special meeting to extend Lincoln County's "Minimize the effects of the COVID-19 Emergency" order Monday, with most cities agreeing to an extension through May 31.

Lincoln County lodging moratorium approved

Order 3-23-85 - Minimize the effects of the COVID-19 Emergency - was approved during a joint emergency meeting by the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners and mayors, city councils and staff of all Lincoln County Cities.

Lincoln City closes lodging with unanimous vote

Lincoln City will join other cities in Lincoln County who have been working to draft a joint declaration ordering lodging to close.

Lincoln City hospitality industry remains open amid wave of closures

Lincoln City citizens have isolated themselves at home, schools are closed and local restaurants have closed or converted operations to comply with government orders designed to slow the spread of COVID-19, yet the hospitality industry remains open for business.

Coho completes multi-million dollar renovation

Lincoln City's Coho Oceanfront Lodge has completed a multi-million dollar renovation, upgrading the 40-year-old family-owned hotel with numerous improvements.
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