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    Chattanooga City Council Gives Initial OK to New Vacation Rental Rules With Larger Buffer Zone

    The Chattanooga City Council approved on first reading Tuesday new rules for short-term vacation rentals that include an expanded buffer zone in certain residential areas. The ordinance includes an amendment that expanded the radius of the buffer zone to 1,000 feet, compared to the 500-foot radius included in the original version of the ordinance. Under the revised version, no new absentee rentals would be allowed within 1,000 feet of another vacation absentee rental in a single-family detached zoning district.

    Chattanooga Times Free Press (TN) (02/28/23) David Floyd

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