Hardyston Township to Hold Hearing on Short-Term Rentals

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Renting your home or apartment for shorter than 60 days may no longer be allowed in Hardyston Township. After getting complaints about "transient" housing arrangements, the town council will be holding a public hearing on legislation that would require short-term rentals be at least 60 days.

According to the Advertiser-News South, Township Manager Marianne Smith said that people who have different renters each week create “competition for legitimate businesses such as hotels that pay income taxes.” 

Exceptions to the ordinance would include the Golf Villas at Crystal Springs and friends/family that don't give money to stay.

The hearing is set for August 22.

Read the Advertiser-News South story here.

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