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Seattle City Councilmember Rob Johnson asks to take short-term rental regulation back to committee on Monday, Nov. 13. He didn’t want to approve the $12 per night on short-term rental units and $8 per night on room rentals. The council turned down a head tax on some top-grossing businesses within the city on Tuesday.
Image courtesy of Seattle Channel Seattle City Councilmember Rob Johnson asks to take short-term rental regulation back to committee on Monday, Nov. 13. He didn’t want to approve the $12 per night on short-term rental units and $8 per night on room rentals. The council turned down a head tax on some top-grossing businesses within the city on Tuesday.
Thursday, November 23, 2017 2:46 PM
Operators of short-term rental units and housing advocates weren’t silent as the Seattle City Council referred regulatory legislation back to committee last week.
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