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    Pittsburgh City Council Plans to Revamp Bill to Regulate Short-Term Rentals

    The Pittsburgh City Council took the first steps on July 26 to revamp proposed regulations for short-term rental properties, shifting toward a permitting process instead of a registry of units. Owners would now have to apply for a permit, contingent upon an inspection. The previous iteration of the regulations were put on hold earlier this year after a state court struck down the proposed rental registry. Commonwealth Court Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt wrote in her opinion that the problem wasn’t the registration of rental units, but the “inspection without permission of an owner.”

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (07/26/23) Hallie Lauer

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