Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Kansas City AirBnB Impact Explained

Urban core denizens offer their hot take on the "sharing economy" that angers a great many of their suburban counterparts. You decide: The local impact of KCMO's proposed short term rental ordinance

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

"“Somebody literally broke into my house, and it took the police nine hours to get there,” Wilson said. "

Literally? As opposed to figuratively?

Anonymous said...

We literally have three AirBnB rentals within a few blocks and have had no problems either literally or figuratively with them, although I was literally and figuratively a bit concerned when the first one literally started up.

Anonymous said...

Why do local governments keep passing rules and laws to hassle their citizens. Less is better! Who's pushing this? The hotelliers?