North Haven proposal would place time limit on short-term rentals

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Feb.February 21, 2020 12:54 PM

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North Haven could impose a once-every-two-weeks limit on rentals as part of an effort to crack down on short-term, illegal rentals, the Sag Harbor Express reported. The rule hasn’t been proposed yet, as it is still being drafted, but is set to be discussed at a meeting next month, according to the outlet. The restriction “would cut down on the disruption caused by tenants frequently moving in and out of neighborhoods,” according to the outlet. There are no current time limits on rentals in the village. [Sag Harbor Express]


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