A close vote nixed plans to turn a 300 year old house into a bed and breakfast. The owners are paying nearly $25k a year in property tax. Neighbors objected. Yet AirBNB operates with impunity. These zoning board members voted no: Steven Cohen, Harlan Tenenbaum, and Jonathan Kaledin. Read about it in the February Echo.
2 thoughts on “No to B&B, Yes to AirBnB”
How sad: ” strangers visiting the neighborhood”! Makes me think, some people like to live in gated communities, and put those who frighten them in severely gated communities…called prisons.
So it seems…