Southold’s Proposed rental law tweaked after public feedback

Suffolk Times
by | 06/19/2018

“The Southold Town Board on Tuesday voted to withdraw a proposed rental code that would require town permits for rentals and set a new hearing for a modified version of the law.

They had postponed a vote on the previous version after feedback from real estate agents June 5 and made some changes since then. The newly proposed text is more streamlined, Supervisor Scott Russell said.”

“The Town Board approved a resolution to hold a July 31 public hearing on the updated proposal, a full version of which can be found on the town website.” You can find the revised proposed law at http://southoldtown.iqm2.com/citizens/FileView.aspx?Type=1&ID=1564 Scroll (way) down to Resolution # 2018-614

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