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Dothan City Commissioners unanimously approved a trio of ordinances on Tuesday regulating short-term rental properties commonly listed on sites like Airbnb.
The ordinances define "short-term rentals" as owner or non-owner occupied dwellings or rooms that are rented for no longer than 30 consecutive days.
Dothan City Commissioners delayed a decision on short-term rental ordinances last month that required short-term rental property owners to obtain liability insurance with "minimum limits of $500,000 per occurrence and $1 million aggregate” after one property owner complained that the regulations were excessive.
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