Dozens of owners of El Paso short-term rentals have voiced their opposition to further regulation and taxation during several public meetings. "The general feedback that we’ve heard is really overwhelming that ... for this area, we do not need permits, no restrictions," for short-term rentals, Nicole Cote, city managing director of budget and strategic planning, said at a recent meeting at the El Paso Chamber. Only six people at the 10 meetings held through Tuesday voiced concerns about short-term rentals and wanted regulations, city officials said. The city scheduled 14 community meetings on the issue to help the City Council come up with possible regulations for the industry, and possibly put the city's hotel tax on the rentals.
El Paso Times (TX) (02/24/23) Vic Kolenc
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