Kansas City Short Term Rental Complaint Form: Blame Tech For Neighborhood Probs

Here's a quick peek behind the curtain . . .

Mayor & Council are prepping to use 'short-term rentals' as a scapegoat for campaign season and direct neighborhood complaints and ire against big tech and anonymous interlopers.

It's a good enough campaign strategy that depends on low-information voters accepting more empty promises from local leaders who are completely bereft of new ideas.

Here's a form that they'll use to manufacture consent . . .

"Residents and owners or operators of short-term rentals are encouraged to take this brief survey by Dec. 15 to provide input and help shape future policies regulating short-term rentals. "

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Short-Term Rental Feedback | KCMO.gov - City of Kansas City, MO

City Hall " Housing Take the Short-Term Rental Survey The City is requesting feedback from the community to understand current experiences with short-term rentals in Kansas City. Short-term rentals are defined as property where the owner has opted to rent out all or part of their property to guests staying 30 days or fewer, and typically these properties are advertised on apps like Airbnb and VRBO.