Short Term Rental (STR)

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With the proliferation of vacation ownership and nightly rentals, City Council is interested in understanding the topic more in depth and how this matter is or is not impacting the community as it pertains to long-term rental housing, neighborhood character, sales & lodging tax collection, safety and enforcement.

What is a Short-Term Rental?

  • Lodging and Accommodations uses occurring within dwelling units.

Lodging Accommodations uses include:

  • Sleeping or housing establishments intended to be occupied on a short-term, transient basis.
  • Payment for occupancy is typically on a daily or weekly basis, and an average length of stay is 30 days or less.
  • Includes the uses of hotels, hostels, vacation home rentals, vacation rentals, and bed & breakfasts.
  • Defined by the Community Development Code (CDC) as commercial land uses

The CDC defines several Short-Term Rental uses:

  • Vacation Home Rental (VHR) = Single-Family home or duplex unit; the entire unit is rented
  • Vacation Rental = multiple-family unit; entire unit
  • Bed & Breakfast = SF home; owner/operator occupied; 2+ guestrooms*
    • *does not include Rental of 1 bedroom in resident-occupied dwelling unit
  • Temporary Short-Term Rental = SF home or duplex unit; entire unit; limited term and occurrence, Limited use, limited districts, no permit required

Short Term Rentals = all of the above

With the proliferation of vacation ownership and nightly rentals, City Council is interested in understanding the topic more in depth and how this matter is or is not impacting the community as it pertains to long-term rental housing, neighborhood character, sales & lodging tax collection, safety and enforcement.

What is a Short-Term Rental?

  • Lodging and Accommodations uses occurring within dwelling units.

Lodging Accommodations uses include:

  • Sleeping or housing establishments intended to be occupied on a short-term, transient basis.
  • Payment for occupancy is typically on a daily or weekly basis, and an average length of stay is 30 days or less.
  • Includes the uses of hotels, hostels, vacation home rentals, vacation rentals, and bed & breakfasts.
  • Defined by the Community Development Code (CDC) as commercial land uses

The CDC defines several Short-Term Rental uses:

  • Vacation Home Rental (VHR) = Single-Family home or duplex unit; the entire unit is rented
  • Vacation Rental = multiple-family unit; entire unit
  • Bed & Breakfast = SF home; owner/operator occupied; 2+ guestrooms*
    • *does not include Rental of 1 bedroom in resident-occupied dwelling unit
  • Temporary Short-Term Rental = SF home or duplex unit; entire unit; limited term and occurrence, Limited use, limited districts, no permit required

Short Term Rentals = all of the above


Please provide comments, concerns or ideas for the Community and City Council to consider.

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I own a home on Ridge Rd where we are full time residents. Our (informal) HOA has agreed that we would prefer to be left out of any future STR additions to our neighborhood. I would like to acknowledge that Dorian’s comments, quoted in the Steamboat Pilot, are a big exaggeration of current circumstances on our road. I rarely see shuttles and the only home hosting “ragers” is not a rental. We do have 3 rentals on the road that are run by Moving Mountains. Those are not a problem. I would propose they be grandfathered to continue as STRs until they are sold - at which point they would revert to single family homes.

MrcMac 15 days ago

Several weeks ago I sent a letter to city council regarding the article in the Pilot covering the work session on short term rentals on Aug. 17. All five council members favored short term rentals for Cornice Road and Clubhouse Drive. I explained that at the top of Clubhouse Drive is a small 29 lot subdivision that was developed in 1980 by Don Valentine. All are single family homes, most of which were built in the the 80’s and 90’s, with mostly full time residents. Among the full time residents, several have lived here since the 80’s. There are no duplexes, condos or town homes on this section of Clubhouse Drive. None of the homes have a view of the ski area. If this is not a residential neighborhood, what is!
Moving Mountains and Steamboat Lodging Company presented a map to city planning and city council with hand drawn boundary lines and arrows in green felt pen demanding what swath of the city should be removed from the moratorium on new short term rental permits, including the area just described along with other similar neighborhoods. Our city council completely ignored the pleas of residents and caved in to special interest demands, business people who demonstrate no interest in community, neighborhoods or residents who make this town what it is! Their primary concern appears to be lining their bank accounts at the expense of many who actually live and work here! All under the pretense of bringing in more sales tax dollars through increased tourism. Then to top it off, one of our city council members tells those of us who have lived here for 30 or 40 years that if we don’t like it, we should move! What really needs to happen is for the city planners and city council to actually listen to the residents of this community instead of continuously caving in to special interests in the name of increased tax revenue!
A blanket map imposed by special interests is not the answer. When was the last time anyone on the planning commission or city council actually took a drive up to the end of Clubhouse Drive, Meadow Lane, Stone Lane or many of the other residential streets and asked themselves, “is this a sales tax generating zone or is it a residential neighborhood?” Council appears to favor special interests and non-resident owners over those who actually live here and make this community what it is! I truly hope that the city planning commission will not accept a blanket map presented by entities that simply stand to profit by demanding blind obedience and put in the time and effort to seriously consider what are true residential neighborhoods!

Michael Turner
Steamboat Springs

Michael Turner 18 days ago

“Prohibiting or greatly limiting short term rentals is lethal for our economy!” Chicken Little is alive and flourishing! The sky will most certainly fall directly on Steamboat Springs if we don’t saturate our residential neighborhoods with short term rentals!
Let’s put it in perspective, Steamboat Springs is a sales tax based economy, only a very small portion of our property tax goes to the city and that is limited to fire protection. Scott Ford, past city councilman and respected statistician has stated to me that approximately 70% of the annual sales tax revenue to the city is generated by residents, 30% by tourists! Possibly imposing a substantial combination of use fees and taxes on all short term rentals might generate a moderate increase in revenue for the city but to claim “lethal” if we don’t allow any more short term rentals or even eliminate them from residential neighborhoods is ludicrous! Those extra tourists, which many of us who have been here for a long time believe we don’t need, will not turn our city into a proverbial gold mine! I’m certainly not saying no tourists, I’m saying, do we need any more?
There are also some claiming that we “vocal minority” are exaggerating the problems caused by many of the short term renters. A few years ago a home at the end of Clubhouse Drive sold and suddenly we had a short term rental. We had late night party noise, bears in trash cans put out improperly, speeding and running the stop sigh at Clubhouse Drive and Overlook Drive. Neighbors even had to call the police about a bonfire in the back yard during fire restrictions! There are also several short term rentals around the corner from us on Overlook Drive. Contrary to what some of the short term property owners and the rental companies stress, there really is constant speeding and running the stop sign when many of those units are occupied! Ironically, one of the worst offenders are vehicles painted in Moving Mountains logo! I know, we are out there walking every day!
Is there a place for short term rentals, sure. Is it in established residential neighborhoods, NO! Fact is, residents who have to get up to go to work, put their kids to bed by 8:30 or 9:00, need to get a solid nights sleep after a day of possibly dealing with unruly tourists at work should not have to be subject to vacationers who came to party in the hot tub until 3 in the morning or dodge vehicles driving like they are on the turnpike on a 25 MPH residential street!
One could go on and on, the bottom line is the city definition of RN-1 zoning says, “Residential Neighborhood. The Residential Neighborhood zone districts are intended to provide areas for one-family and two-family residential use in a neighborhood setting, as well as limited nonresidential uses that are complimentary and compatible with a one-family and two-family residential neighborhood.” Partying in the hot tub at 2:00 in the morning is NOT complimentary and compatible with a residential neighborhood!
Planning and city council need to listen to the residents of this town who actually live and work here and finally control this short term rental frenzy in! Seriously look at where they are appropriate in the heavily used tourists areas and where the honestly shouldn’t be!
Doing so will not be lethal to our economy!

Michael Turner
Clubhouse Drive

Michael Turner 20 days ago

Here is another considerations for increasing resident housing stock in Steamboat Springs.
If the community wishes to designate residents only/no STR housing areas, then shall those areas remove the restrictive Single Family housing only. Rather, the NO-STR housing areas would allow accessory dwelling units or revelopment from single family to duplex, triplex, fourplex. This would increase resident only, non- STR housing stock.

downhill 26 days ago

There seems to be only one argument for an STR and that boils down to money. The arguments against include safety, noise, trash, perceived property value depend the dissolution of neighborhoods. It would seem I that if a majority or adjacent or affected residents vote against or in favor that should should be the major determinant. Also huge fines need to be levied against illegal operations.
Thank You

Wader1 28 days ago

Dear Councilmembers,
The Ridge Road Community Association held it’s Annual Meeting on September 4, 2021. One of the discussion points was the proposed Overlay regulations related to issuance of future Vacation Home Rental (VHR) licenses. We are hereby notifying you that a vote was taken related to the VHR proposal. The membership unanimously voted to reject any future VHR licenses in the Ridge Road community overlay.
We would like to add that the deed restrictions to which all property owners in the Ridge Road neighborhood must abide, forbid the operation of any commercial enterprise and all home are limited to single family residences. Our neighborhood history with VHR units has not been good. One may recall that our Association actually filed suit against the city which resulted in a rewrite of the Ordinance. We take this issue very seriously because our experience has been there is a significant negative change in the character of this residential neighborhood.
Accordingly, we support a Council decision to exclude the Ridge Road overlay from any further VHR licenses. We also recommend that if necessary, existing licenses be renewed for a limited period of time, perhaps three to five years. This should allow existing license holders to make necessary alternative arrangements or sale of their properties.
Alan Geye
Dorian Welch
David Foster

Ridge Road Community Association 28 days ago

I understand that you are about to consider an expanded “overlay” proposed by the Cragin group which will enlarge the “close to mountain” area permitting licensure of Short Term Rentals all the way to Steamboat Blvd. I live in a single family neighborhood just west of Burgess Creek Rd (Ridge Road) and accordingly included in the proposed overlay.
May I offer two comments:

1. I personally am absolutely opposed to my neighborhood being included in the proposed overlay. I’ve owned my home for over 20 years and have seen how STRs negatively change the character of single family neighborhoods. I want no more of it. Especially in a neighborhood like ours with narrow streets and inadequate parking.

2. Our neighborhood HOA (Ridge Road Community Assn) recently had its annual meeting wherein this issue came up. The members voted UNANIMOUSLY against being included in a STR authorized overlay.

Is that clear enough?

AlanGeye 29 days ago

With great concern for preserving neighborhood character, I am solidly against STRs in single-family and duplex neighborhoods outside of the RR and G zone districts. Version 2 of the draft overlay map is an improvement over the earlier version, but I have a couple of questions and concerns about the suggested exceptions. Why would primary residences be treated differently from other residences? Am I correct in reading this exception to mean that someone who lives in their home for six months and one day could get a permit for unlimited STR for the balance of the year? How easy would it be to get a Conditional Use Permit? I look forward to the Planning Commission's discussion and getting more clarity on these questions. Consistent with the valid reasons cited by the many residents opposed to STR outside of the by-right zones near the resort, I ask the Planning Commission and Council to protect Steamboat's single-family/duplex neighborhoods outside of RR and G zone districts and just say no. Any exceptions should be limited and strictly enforced. Lodging businesses do not belong in neighborhoods. Many thanks for your work on this difficult subject.
Jane Blackstone
Delta Queen Court

jb 30 days ago

Prohibiting or greatly limiting short term rentals is lethal for our economy. It seems this approach only benefits the restauranteurs who dont want to pay a decent wage to workers despite their price increases and the willingness of most patrons to pay 20% tips, and the hotel industry. It will not improve the availability of low income housing as seasonal visitors will not rent long term at a low rate. This proposition is a violation of property rights. Zoning for single family dwellings is one thing, but for condos and town homes its another.. Council's approval of the highly unpopular Marriott on Central Park Drive has already destroyed the last true wildlife corridor in Steamboat (as evidenced by the bears feasting at Fiesta Jalisco and other displaced animals wandering around trying to get to the Yampa. The growth the resort is planning will require housing outside the proposed limits on zones initially built to accommodate vacationing skiers. Not everyone can afford to take their families to a hotel and out to breakfast lunch and dinner every day. They need an apartment they can cook in. The Council greatly over-stretches its authority in its attempted re-zoning of properties which have always been used for STR and will meet with rigorous legal opposition should they impact owners property use and property values. Property rights are as important as many of the other rights Colorado defends. This is a big issue far beyond the mandate of our City Council.

cherri about 1 month ago

I moved to the Ski Ranches neighborhood 5 years ago from Waterstone. Living in Waterstone was wonderful, but the short term rentals and partying got to be a bit much. We purchased a vacant lot and built our dream home in a quiet residential neighborhood. Living in a resort town has its pluses and minuses, but we always considered our neighborhood a refuge from resort living. That is, until we got surrounded by STR’s. I miss my quiet neighborhood, neighbors and the peace and tranquillity we used to have. I’m happy to see the overlay zone in our neighborhood to stop these businesses from operating nightly rentals. There are plenty of originally zoned areas around the resort for STR’s without infringing on residential neighborhoods like mine.

Additionally, I’ve seen many comments about reporting STR problems to the police. I’ve encountered numerous issues with STR’s around my house and have always just called the property owners and requested that they take care of the infractions. To push these problems to the police seems silly and requires the police to respond to minor issues instead of doing the work they are supposed to do. The property owners running these businesses are the ones to be held responsible. I’m in favor of removing these businesses from neighborhoods that were never zoned for businesses, nor allowed them in their by-laws like the Ski Ranches neighborhood.

Thank you,
Bill Latoza
2170 Val dIsere Circle

Blatoza about 1 month ago

Yesterday, the Ridge Road Community Association conducted its Annual Membership meeting which includes all properties that are dependent for access and egress via Burgess Creek Road. This include Ridge Road, Lift Line Way. Mountain View Lane, and Fox Ridge Lane.

The meeting was well attended and a record was made of all attendees. The majority of the property owners were represented.

A motion to contact the City of Steamboat Springs was UNANIMOUSLY passed to NOT be included within the STR overlay zone that is now under discussion by the City.

We considered issues such as safety, topographical conditions, and stabilizing the quality of life for our property owners before we passed this motion.

We directed the our Board of Directors to advise the City of our decision.

Respectfully submitted,

Bill and Kathy Moser

billmoser about 2 months ago

We hope that you will consider licensing, regulation, and enforcement rather than prohibition of short term rentals in all areas of Steamboat. Suggest the possiblity of some type of tax or fees be applied to all short term rentals that could be used for affordable housing needs or other infrastructure projects.

erniek about 2 months ago

We echo the many comments that call for data (i.e., licensing/permitting and enforcement) instead of overlays and moratoriums. We also support a comprehensive community conversation about affordable housing - making Steamboat a place where our workers can live. We do not support trying to solve for affordable housing with a STR prohibition. Instead, let the City Council review the data from the new licensing and enforcement program in 6-12 months and in a parallel effort take on affordable housing more holistically considering wages, zoning, development and supportive services like affordable childcare and elder care.
Lastly, we see the anxiety shared by many existing STR owners on this comment board and support “grandfathering” for any policy that would limit or prohibit use. We ask you to:
- End the moratorium on VHR permits.
- Register and License ALL STRs.
- Establish life safety standards and require a 24-hour local contact.
- Establish a 24-hour Hotline to monitor complaints and begin enforcement.
- Analyze the data and make further decisions accordingly.
- Initiate a separate policy and planning effort centered on Affordable Housing.

Stagecoach about 2 months ago

The overlay proposal is a start, but it should be backed up by a tax on STR/VHR. These dwellings are de-facto hotels/motels, and they should be taxed at the same rate. Proceeds can be split between added enforcement or regulation costs with a part of the proceeds to be used for affordable housing, employee housing and other housing-related initiatives

Jimbeersref about 2 months ago

I commend council and planning for their efforts in addressing VHR & STR issues and for taking action to license, permit and monitor those properties. I think the community understands this action is warranted & in line with what other mountain communities have enacted.
My husband and I are property owners in an active homeowner’s association where we are not allowed STR. To be honest, not everyone is 100% happy 100% of the time living with the rules of a regulated community; however, it does provide structure & especially recourse when there is conflict- the same cannot be said where there is not an HOA. One has a choice to purchase & live by the rules or take your chances.
The State of Colorado makes it very clear that Buyers who buy into a common interest community "WILL BE SUBJECT TO THE BYLAWS AND RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE ASSOCIATION."
And gives the HOA the authority to "IMPOSE FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS UPON THE OWNER" for violations.
Property owners who purchase in an HOA that allow short-term rentals as per their governing docs, should not be subject to an overlay imposed by government. Likewise, if the HOA provides for short-term rental use, then grandfathering a particular property or unit for a specific period or ownership should also not be a government option.
HOA’s already have a democratic process in place by vote of majority homeowners who can determine any future (legal) changes to their governing documents which include whether or not they want to continue or cease short-term rentals. I know that the HOA for The Landings @ Steamboat just voted to continue to allow STR. The governing docs of the HOA’s at The Villas at Walton Creek, Mustang Run, Enclave, etc. should be just as respected as those at Barn Village and Fairway Meadows.
I am not unsympathetic to short-term rental concerns and agree that establishment of reasonable, short-term regulations that do not damage property rights would be beneficial. If an HOA ceases to exist, the enforcement of their governing docs cannot be expected to be a city, county, nor taxpayer responsibility.
There is a housing shortage in Routt County – we are not unique –the whole United States has a housing shortage! It is being called an “underbuilding gap” and did not just happen due to Covid and is unfair to blame our housing shortage on second homeowners. Routt County has had declining housing inventory for the last decade. The lack of affordable housing is a derivative of the lack of supply. I am very thankful taxpayers had the foresight to approve the tax that we did to build the 3 affordable housing apartments.
I believe it is time for the moratorium to end and city and community efforts to focus on how we can best help and accelerate the Yampa Valley Housing Authority 536-acre locals’ community with minimal government construction barriers. I think we can all agree that this development can’t happen fast enough!

Marci Valicenti about 2 months ago

We live in a historically non-STR neighborhood. How can we best assure that it remains that way? I'd like to see clear line of sight to providing input and comments to any overlay that is developed.

Avromfeinberg about 2 months ago

Please leave it to the HOA's to decide what is best for their neighborhoods. Any rules you create should allow for HOA's to opt in/out. Please no broad brush/overlay approaches.

ffrealtyllc about 2 months ago

Please accept the following comments from my wife and me in opposition to continuing to allow short term rentals in the Fairway Meadows area—specifically Delta Queen Ct. off of Steamboat Blvd. We will not reiterate all the other various good arguments raised in opposition to short term rentals in our residential neighborhood, nor repeat the arguments raised by us and other neighbors on our block a few years ago. Those objections went through the Plan Commission and your Council, although the later hearing did not proceed since the Denver owners running the rental business did not bother to appear at the scheduled meeting and ultimately sold the property. Our reason for not restating is not to in any way diminish those arguments but to hopefully get you to read this objection, without grouping it in the “same old” argument group, differentiated only by names and addresses.

In addition to those noise, parking, traffic, garbage, partying and other significant issues short term rentals introduce into our quiet, well maintained residential neighborhood, we would like to add another. Tourists, especially those wanting to rent large houses near the mountain usually have a lot of children accompanying the families sharing the home. While as grandparents we certainly have no problem with children, we do have serious concerns about unsupervised children on bicycles, scooters, playing ball and other outside games in the summer, as well as sledding, climbing on snow piles, throwing snowballs and other outdoor winter activities, especially when they are on nearby property. Neighboring homeowners may well have liability for any child or other stranger injured while playing or otherwise trespassing on their property. This may not sound like a major problem but we remind you it is in addition to the more obvious noise, parking, garbage, trailers with recreational vehicles being cleaned, loaded and unloaded, blocking traffic on the cul-de-sac, along with the loud and late night partying by people who are often intoxicated, foul mouthed and belligerent to requests to “please keep it down.” You would not consider it an insignificant problem if you are a named defendant in injury litigation.

We were extremely disappointed to read that all of the participating Council members were in favor of short term rentals in our neighborhood. Aside from wondering if those members feel the same about their neighborhoods, we feel that little consideration is being given to neighborhood character, let alone zoning. When we dealt with the business owners of the above mentioned property a few years ago, we found that the property was purchased for the sole purpose of running a business on our block, one that encouraged large groups.

When we contacted the then “enforcement” officer we realized that the only concern of the City at that time was obtaining the $500 application fee. We were told that the covenants and bylaws of our HOA had no bearing whatsoever and that complaints were to be directed to the police, not her department. Not only was nothing done for the neighboring objecting homeowners, we were made to feel like we should not get in the way of the licensing income stream for the City, and not to bother the office. When we inquired about whether this business was paying the required taxes to the City, we were basically told it was none of our business and further that the City had no way of knowing or enforcing those requirements. When we appeared before the Plan Commission, all we heard was how contentious the issue was at some previous time period and basically that there was no interest in revisiting the problems. When we asked about the purpose of the notice given to neighbors within 500’ of the property seeking the license for short term rentals, we were basically told it was just a requirement of the Code—with no attention whatsoever given to the arguments made in opposition.

We would also like you to consider that there is no compelling reason to “grandfather” current licensees in our subdivision. A reasonable “adjustment” period could be given to those currently operating under a license from the City with a notice that licenses in certain areas will not be renewed. That “adjustment” period could be one more year of short term rentals, but only if the licensee can show that there have been no complaints filed with the police or others and, even that applicable taxes have been on the short term rental income. If not, no renewal in the designated neighborhoods. Those property owners could then do long term rentals which would benefit our entire community or sell the property and buy another “business” in an appropriate area of the City. In our opinion, Fairway Meadows is not an appropriate area and that it is the City’s job to follow its own zoning designations and maintain certain residential neighborhoods. The City should not continue to be complicit in nor encourage the further spread of residential neighborhood destruction by the licensing process without Code enforcement. Now is the time to correct past mistakes not repeat them.

Arguments that the income is needed by some homeowners to acquire/keep the property is and should be of no significance whatsoever. Neither the neighbors nor the City has, nor should have any responsibility to people who can always consider long term rentals or sale of the property. The neighborhood should not have to negatively change for people who want to run a business in a well maintained residential area. Steamboat has numerous properties available for tourists without destruction of the few quiet residential neighborhoods left in what is about to become the second largest ski area in the State of Colorado.

If the City feels the need to prioritize real estate brokers, property management companies and/or business persons whose only concern is money over locals who simply want to maintain the character and quality of their neighborhoods, then in our opinion, this community is in trouble. As Council members, we respectfully ask that you do your job and limit short term rentals to areas designed, maintained and policed for tourists. Unlimited licensing (even with renewal requirements and fees), unenforceable rules and untraceable taxing do not help nor preserve the Steamboat Springs community. Thank you.

Frank & Jean Ariano
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

fariano about 2 months ago

The gentleman who showed a single page of complaints on the last council meeting regarding DOCUMENTED Short Term Rental (STR) complaints has nailed it on the head. Whereas it seems a vocal minority have complained about “trash” or “change in neighborhood character”, this initiative seems to be sorely lacking in data. In light of this, does permitting actually make sense? I understand fines may be appropriate for poorly managed properties, but as ski trips become more out of the range for the average young family, do you now want to place a permit fee and noise monitoring costs to the already accelerating rental costs?
The STR problem does not address the LTR issue. An LTR typically will not cover the mortgage for those of us not independently wealthy/ bought property in cash; or if we do charge enough to cover the mortgage, the average local worker couldn’t afford it in today’s market.
I would propose to evaluate how many DOCUMENTED complaints over the past 12 months on STRs have been reported, and whether or not we are making a mountain out of a molehill (pun intended); moreover, if permits are really necessary rather than just occasional fines for the outliers who have poorly vetted or poorly managed STRs.
I would also echo that the “overlay plan” is arbitrary, random, and capricious in whom is or is not allowed to STR.

Horace about 2 months ago

My wife and I bought a house in 2019 in Eaglepointe to one day realize our dreams to move to Steamboat in the next year or two from Denver. These are not multi million dollar houses and Airbnb has helped up get closer to this dream. We are fully compliant right now but if I heard it correctly in the 'workshop' the City, without due process or proper notice, intends on 'downzoning' my property to preclude short term rentals citing an affordable housing crisis. I still don't know whether or not I need to advocate for myself. I have a great relationship with my neighbors and my reviews speak for themselves so I do not think my actions have an adverse impact on the community. In fact, thousands of dollars of city revenue can directly and indirectly attributed to my unit.

It was absolutely mind blowing watching council members drawing lines in that meeting with the term "attainability" being used dozens of times in the fictitious line drawing. What is attainable? Not being a multimillion dollar ski in/ski out home?? Why should the ultra rich enjoy better zoning and in turn better appreciation/value than me. Doesn't sound like equitable treatment under the law to me.

This is a clear cut case of inverse condemnation. This war path is not being applied in a fair, equitable, or justifiable manner. I hate to be this hostile but please understand this is part of my livelihood. The primary self stated purpose of this effort is to make housing more affordable or effectively or legislatively adversely impact my property value. So is it the position of the council to force me into a position to where I lose my dream? I don't know but I can confirm that I will be sadly forced into a position to join a class action lawsuit to protect myself such policies.

I fully expect everyone to do better than what I witnessed last week.

kpbronski about 2 months ago
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