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    Alabama Supreme Court Sides With City of Auburn in Short-Term Rental Lawsuit

    The Alabama Supreme Court sided with the city of Auburn on Friday in a lawsuit contesting the city's ordinance regulating short-term rentals. Former Auburn City Councilman Steven Dixon, who began renting out a portion of his house in Auburn before the ordinance was passed, sued Auburn in June 2021 after the ordinance passed. The ordinance, which the City Council approved in 2021, creates two short-term rental uses: short-term non-primary rentals and homestays, which includes the requirement that the home be the owner's primary residence.

    1819 News (10/27/23) Caleb Taylor

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