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    Juneau Assembly Approves Short-Term Rental Registration Program

    Residents of Juneau, Ala., who run short-term rentals will have to register their businesses with starting this fall, under a program approved by the city's Assembly on July 10. The registration program will assign a unique number to each unit and require operators to include that number in online listings. They’ll face a $25 fee each time they fail to include the number with a listing. The Assembly considered an earlier version of the program at its June meeting but decided it needed more work after rental operators spoke against it. The new version removes requirements for rental operators to give emergency contact information or describe amenities when registering. The Assembly also approved a later start date for the program. It will go into effect in 90 days, instead of 30.

    Alaska Public Media (07/12/23) Katie Anastas

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