City Attorney Glen Torcivia is working on a compromise with the owners of about 50 Lake Worth vacation homes as city commissioners struggle with how best to regulate houses in neighborhoods that are rented to out-of-town guests.
The compromise would be an alternative to the expected lawsuit if the city tries to enforce a 60-day minimum stay policy under its transient public lodging code — not the favorite option of the mayor and commissioners but one they believe they might be stuck with.
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