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    New Rules for Rentals Will Rein in Bad Actors, St. Louis Mayor Says

    St. Louis Mayor Tishaura O. Jones signed bills into law on Monday that will, among other things, ban single-night short-term rental stays and bring into force a new permitting system. The new measures will require operators to apply for annual permits, which include building inspections and generally limit people to renting out four units citywide. They will also require rentals that rack up three code violations or nuisance instances within 24 months to be shut down. People looking to rent out a room in areas zoned for single-family homes will now have to go through a hearing process where neighbors could voice concerns and officials could impose more rules. "These bills keep our neighborhoods safe,” the mayor said.\

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch (11/06/23) Austin Huguelet

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