More than 100 people turned up last night for the first public hearing on the Township’s proposed short-term-rental law, with many urging the Town Board to reconsider elements of the proposal and slow down its discussion while a minority of speakers said they support the bill as a way to ensure residential neighborhoods stay intact. Yesterday’s public hearing drew one […]
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