GALVESTON

The city council is considering adding a weekend-only cadre of code enforcement officers focused on policing complaints commonly associated with vacation rentals.

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(5) comments

Michelle Aycoth

All sounds fabricated for someone’s gain.

Kenneth Diestler

More taxes, more fees, more bureaucracy-which never goes away.

Ron Binkley

Too expensive!

Linda Bohn

This is so unnecessary. We have so many rules we can’t enforce as it is. Overnight parking on Seawall is awful. These people are going to ride around and find golf carts in restricted driving areas? We will call and by the time these code enforcers show up

No one will be there. Thai mi way could be spent more wisely.

Bill Cochrane

If the Park Board is responsible for issuing permits and collecting fees shouldn't they be responsible for policing complaints? If they issue a permit for a short term rental that lists accommodations for 6 to 8 people with only one parking space that is not a city problem.

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