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    St. Louis Board Punts on Short-Term Rental Regulations

    A St. Louis planning board has stalled another attempt to regulate short-term home rentals. The St. Louis Planning Commission agreed to have city staff clarify some of the proposed zoning changes before potentially recommending them to the Board of Aldermen. The changes would require operators of short-term rentals to obtain a permit that would be renewed every year and a business license for those operating rentals but who don’t live in them. They would also require operators to designate a contact person who would be responsive and “available at all times.”

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch (04/12/23) Steph Kukuljan

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