Providence moving to regulate short-term home rentals

ERIC WEINER, shown in 2017, is an Airbnb host who rents out rooms in his Providence house. / PBN PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
ERIC WEINER, shown in 2017, is an Airbnb host who rents out rooms in his Providence house. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
PROVIDENCE – Short-term home and apartment rentals such as Airbnb will be restricted in Providence, particularly in residential neighborhoods, under a proposed ordinance moving through the City Council. The changes are part of a larger zoning package and would restrict short-term rentals in residential zones to owner-occupied buildings. In addition, short-term hosts would be required…

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