In less than two weeks, Jersey City residents will vote on whether to impose restrictions on short-term rentals in the city. The report initially appeared on Hudson County View.
Nathan Talyor is a Jersey City-based artist and Airbnb host, who relies on renting his apartment to Airbnb guests to make ends meet. Jersey City voters will have an opportunity to vote on a referendum on November 5 on whether they want regulations on Airbnb short-term rentals. The following video segment first appeared on Hudson County View.
I joined John Heinis of Hudson County View in the Hudson Media Group studios to discuss how Airbnb hosts are trying to ensure that short-term rentals aren’t curtailed in Jersey City.
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