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Short Term Rental Article + Example Ordinance

Paradise Township passes short-term rental ordinance 

(From 2017)

Paradise Township supervisors unanimously approved a controversial ordinance regulating short-term rentals following a hearing Monday night.

The ordinance sets rules and standards for homeowners who rent their properties for between one and 30 days. Its intention is to provide for the health, welfare and safety of renters, but also includes protections for surrounding neighbors.

The ordinance includes full compliance with the state and local hotel taxes totaling 9 percent. It adds new definitions for short-term rentals and modifies the definition of a hotel.

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