[image-1]For all those hoping to weigh in on Charleston’s short-term rental debate, tomorrow is your chance to be heard.

The city’s Short-Term Rental Task Force will be meeting at 3 p.m. in the school board hearing room on the first floor at 75 Calhoun St. First on the agenda is a public comment period to allow citizens to provide input on what recommendations will ultimately shape a city ordinance to governing short-term rentals. The rest of the meeting will focus on a discussion regarding which properties should and should not be eligible to operate as short-term rental units.

But before you head into Tuesday’s meeting, look back at City Paper’s most recent coverage to catch up on the recent goings on with the task force and where they stand on the major issues related to how the city of Charleston can best regulate short-term rentals.


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