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Cities open door to Airbnb tourism taxes

By   /   Friday, September 20th, 2013  /   Comments Off on Cities open door to Airbnb tourism taxes

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Popular tourist destinations across the region are figuring out how to accommodate services such as Airbnb, which let homeowners rent out private residences as short-term vacation rentals. In Santa Barbara, city leaders decided to embrace the trend — and the tax revenues that come with it — and hired a new staffer to track down…


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