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For years, Douglas County has had an ordinance in place allowing hunters to leave tree stands overnight on county land, provided they meet specific requirements.


Keith Allen, a member of the Douglas County Board of Supervisors, remembers when he served on the Forest, Parks, and Recreation Committee and made a push for the ordinance.

"This has been in effect for several years; if I had to guess, seven to eight years," Allen said.

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