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Re: zoning laws for airbnb jersey city
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When they arrived at her apartment and she locked them in, he said, she repeatedly tried to kiss him. He rebuffed her, and then she ordered him to take off his pants unless he wanted to sleep in the streets without his belongings,


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http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/15/you ... smid=fb-nytimes&smtyp=cur

add uber to the list and check if the child locks have NOT been activated to the rear doors you access!

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Jesus Christ, give it up already you old bag.


Wow, another Donald Trump. No filter to your mouth. Your mother must be proud.

And no religion too....imagine all the people...

Posted on: 2015/8/9 17:52
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Wow, another Donald Trump. No filter to your mouth. Your mother must be proud.

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did my subject take a strange turn ?
like way da fuk off the side of the screen or something....


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Jesus Christ, give it up already you old bag.

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I know people who are not large realtors who rent out their apartment to make money. If Osborne care about the small homeowner, she would have voted to return the $31.5 million to homeowners instead she voted to give that surplus to Fulop. I am referring to the surplus at the MUA. We have another rate increase next year on both water and sewerage.

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legal to do (or for those doing it)?


As a place for temporary lodging...no.


Yup, it's legal - and even taxed. If you live in a condo, refer to your bylaws as THEY may forbid it. Read:

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
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JERSEY CITY -- Tourists renting Jersey City rooms using sites like Airbnb will now pay the city's 6 percent hotel tax, thanks to a measure given final adoption by the City Council tonight.

The bill, spearheaded by Ward E Councilwoman Candice Osborne, essentially closes a "loophole" that allows tourists to visit Jersey City without having to pay hotel taxes, Osborne said.

Jarl Haugedal, who lives in the Van Vorst Park area of Downtown Jersey City, voiced his objections to the council prior to the vote. Haugedal, who used to own 50 apartments citywide that he rented to tourists on a short-term basis, thinks the council is dreaming of additional revenue but will end up seeing less.



we're missing the bigger picture here. guys like Jarl Haugedal, with huge holdings of properties that they solely rent out on a short-term basis - essentially running a hotel - are contributing HUGELY to the lack of affordable housing in downtown.

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Of course, let's tax the small homeowner, but for some reason let's continue to give the developer more breaks in terms of longer tax abatements. Yes, this is the direction of this administration.

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legal to do (or for those doing it)?


As a place for temporary lodging...no.


Yup, it's legal - and even taxed. If you live in a condo, refer to your bylaws as THEY may forbid it. Read:

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
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on April 08, 2015 at 7:46 PM

JERSEY CITY -- Tourists renting Jersey City rooms using sites like Airbnb will now pay the city's 6 percent hotel tax, thanks to a measure given final adoption by the City Council tonight.

The bill, spearheaded by Ward E Councilwoman Candice Osborne, essentially closes a "loophole" that allows tourists to visit Jersey City without having to pay hotel taxes, Osborne said.

Jarl Haugedal, who lives in the Van Vorst Park area of Downtown Jersey City, voiced his objections to the council prior to the vote. Haugedal, who used to own 50 apartments citywide that he rented to tourists on a short-term basis, thinks the council is dreaming of additional revenue but will end up seeing less.

"People don't want to pay an extra 6 percent," he told The Jersey Journal. "They'll go to Hoboken or Bayonne instead."

Osborne said she doubts that will happen. Tourists choose Jersey City because of its proximity to New York and because prices here are cheaper than they are in Manhattan, she said.

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What are you referring to, there is a unit in my condo doing this and looks like the bylaws don't allow it?


is it legal to airbnb any type of dwelling in JC

or do any or certain zoning laws forbid / put it in a gray area.

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What are you referring to, there is a unit in my condo doing this and looks like the bylaws don't allow it?

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As a place for temporary lodging...no.

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