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    Fort Worth, Texas City Leaders Considering Short-Term Rental Regulations—Residents Are Divided

    The city of Fort Worth, Texas, held two public meetings last week to discuss how to handle short-term rentals moving forward. During a public hearing on Tuesday, city leaders heard strong opinions from people on both sides of the issue. On Thursday, they held another public meeting, in which they answered questions and provided more information about short-term rentals and the city's proposed regulations. Under the city’s current ordinance, short-term rentals are only allowed in some parts of the city, which include areas with businesses and mixed-use business and residential areas. Short-term rentals are not legally permitted in residential neighborhoods in Fort Worth. The city is now considering four different zoning options.

    WFAA.com (07/28/22) Adriana De Alba

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