Urge Residents to Get Involved in the Legislative Process
By Tommy Acosta
Sedona AZ (November 15, 2019) – At the end of a November 13 community forum at the Oscher Lifelong Learning Institute in Sedona where Sedona city staff presented an update on the city’s options in dealing with the exponentially growing short-term rental phenomena in Sedona, it was obvious.
Barring a comprehensive legislative bill being passed that would give the city some teeth in dealing with the perceived problems associated with short term rentals, there is little that can be done to stem the proliferation.
Assistant City Manager Karen Osborn and City Attorney Robert Pickels addressed a rapt audience of more than 50 concerned citizens, reporting on the current state of the city’s efforts to mitigate the far-reaching consequences of short-term rentals. Read More→