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New York City officials voted to pass new regulations on Airbnb rentals. Under the proposed bill, Airbnb will need to report addresses and names of tenants renting out their homes on the platform to NYC’s Office of Special Enforcement. Rentals under 30 days without the permanent tenant present are already illegal in most buildings under New York state law. If signed, this bill will make it easier for New York City to enforce state law on short-term rentals. ___ Airbnb argued that these regulations are not best for everyday New Yorkers and favor the hotel industry. ___ A spokesperson for Airbnb said in a statement: “After taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from the hotel industry, we’re not surprised the City Council refused to meet with their own constituents who rely on home sharing to pay the bills and then voted to protect the profits of big hotels.”: airbla BUSINESS NYC RESTRICTS AIRBNB July 19 | New York City officials have voted in favor of new regulations of Airbnb rentals. New York City officials voted to pass new regulations on Airbnb rentals. Under the proposed bill, Airbnb will need to report addresses and names of tenants renting out their homes on the platform to NYC’s Office of Special Enforcement. Rentals under 30 days without the permanent tenant present are already illegal in most buildings under New York state law. If signed, this bill will make it easier for New York City to enforce state law on short-term rentals. ___ Airbnb argued that these regulations are not best for everyday New Yorkers and favor the hotel industry. ___ A spokesperson for Airbnb said in a statement: “After taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from the hotel industry, we’re not surprised the City Council refused to meet with their own constituents who rely on home sharing to pay the bills and then voted to protect the profits of big hotels.”

New York City officials voted to pass new regulations on Airbnb rentals. Under the proposed bill, Airbnb will need to report addresses an...

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