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    St. Louis City Short-Term Rental Regulation Debated in Public Hearing

    A bill that would regulate short-term rental (STR) properties in St. Louis, Mo., cleared its next hurdle in a public committee hearing on June 20 but is likely still months away from a final vote. The St. Louis Transportation and Commerce Committee took up Board Bills 33 and 34, which would require STR owners to apply annually for permits. City leaders are using other cities like Kansas City for reference for the regulations. Bill sponsor Bret Narayan says the bills are aimed at keeping STR hosts living in the city. For example, the legislation requires in-person inspections and hosts having a contact on-call 24 hours a day.

    KMOV St. Louis (06/21/23) Alex Gaul

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