City commissioners agreed they need to enforce a city code that requires a 60-day minimum stay for vacationers renting homes in neighborhoods — or a state law that allows a 30-day minimum stay — instead of allowing homes to be rented without any restrictions.
Without voting, commissioners tonight decided they had no choice but to enforce 30- or 60-day minimum lengths of stay for vacation homes. City Attorney Glen Torcivia will research the possibility of enforcing a 30-day minimum stay before making a recommendation to the commission.
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