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    St. Louis Aldermanic Panel Advances New Rules for Short-Term Rentals

    A St. Louis aldermanic committee on Oct. 3 endorsed a package of regulations on short-term rental units, moving the issue to the full Board of Aldermen after five years of discussion at City Hall. Among other things, the legislation would require operators to apply for annual permits, requiring building inspections, and limit those who don’t live in their building to renting out four units citywide. “The most significant thing is we’ll have the ability to remove the listing of problematic short-term rentals” if they rack up too many violations of city rules, the sponsor, Alderman Bret Narayan of the Dogtown neighborhood, said after the meeting.

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch (10/03/23) Mark Schlinkmann

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