Honolulu could tighten reins on short-term vacation rentals

Otto I. Eovaldi

HONOLULU — Honolulu officials are looking at new means to control shorter-term holiday vacation rentals in residential places to deal with not only parking issues but the need to generate affordable, for a longer time-term rentals.

A monthly bill accredited by the Honolulu Town Council’s zoning and setting up committee would force renters to pony up for a 90-working day remain rather of the present 30-working day minimum amount. The bill, which addresses problems about shorter-time period rentals in residential areas, in particular Kailua, could go right before the entire council in April.

The bill would also ban vacationers from parking on streets close to their limited-term rentals and have to have mattress-and-breakfast proprietors to offer a person off-avenue parking spot per bed room, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports.

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