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51 views • April 19, 2018

City Council wants to spend more in fight against Airbnb

The New York City Council is proposing $2 million to fight temporary housing rentals. In its proposed budget, it includes the extra money for the Office of Special Enforcement. The agency enforces state rules that ban transient occupancy. The additional funding would bring its budget to $6.8 million. The move has been criticized by some who say using platforms like Airbnb is a legitimate way to make money. [[CG]] “Big Hotel has already spent millions to stalk and harass responsible New Yorkers—and specifically women and communities of color—who are sharing their homes to make ends meet. Now it appears they are pressuring the city to do the same.” – Josh Meltzer, Head of New York Policy, Airbnb Craines April 2018 The budget is usually approved early June. NTDTV Serena Otgonbayar News from New York.
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