Gardiner Town Board to reconsider “primary residence” requirement for short-term rental law

Should a property be the owner’s primary residence in order to qualify as a short-term rental? Some argue it allows the property owner to afford their mortgage. Others say it could create a town of rentals, which is antithetical to community . . .

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