Beachfront property owners aren’t happy with the status quo when it comes to short-term accommodations.
A new municipal bylaw governing all short-term rentals of less than seven nights is one of the recommendations a group representing Tiny shoreline owners is making to council this Monday.
The dozen or so suggestions come from a survey conducted last year. The survey had an uptake of 395 respondents, 10% of whom were short-term rental property owners, 23% were residents and the remaining were those living in properties neighbouring those rented out for short-term.
Some problems listed by participants include noise complaints, inconsiderate, rude and aggressive behaviour, crowding or misuse of the beach and constant partying.
The recommendations will be presented to committee of the whole by a Federation of Tiny Township Shoreline Association representative.
Another suggestion in the report included in the agenda (available online), says that the Tiny should require all short-term rental properties to register with the township.
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