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AirBnB regulations stall in VT Senate

AIRBNB REGULATIONS STALL IN VT SENATE

A bill that would have required AirBnB operators in the state to conform to regulations covering similar short-term rentals has stalled in the Vermont Senate, according to the May/June issue of the Vermont Property Owners Report. SB 113, proposed by Ginny Lyons and Michael Sirotkin, would have subjected AirBnB rentals to "other state regulations...including health, safety and sanitation" requirements that currently cover hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts and similar lodging properties. Some groups, including the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, believe AirBnB rentals receive an unfair advantage when they operate outside the regulations that face their competition. Burlington lead Vermont AirBnB rentals in 2016 "with 24,110 guest arrivals accounting for more than $3.1 million" in short-term rental income. 

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