Short-term rental property owners will have access to a portal where they can manage their rental property, and all property owners located next to a short-term property will receive emergency contact information for that rental property via mail.
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The Union County Clerk’s Office has announced it has partnered with GovOS, a leading provider of digital transformation solutions for local governments, to launch the company’s Cloud Search and Property Alert solutions.
Hays County is the second Texas county to utilize the remote marriage license system after Tarrant County, which launched a program in 2022.
The town has hired GovOS, a company that manages registrations and other logistics for municipalities requiring STR registration.
Campbell County is going paperless in hopes of modernizing the county’s business licensing and tax filing process.
City of Marco Island continues to take steps to implement its short-term rental registration program, a referendum passed at the polls in August and was approved as an ordinance by City Council in December.
Brewster County commissioners on Tuesday voted to hire a software company to help tackle the ongoing problem of short-term rental owners evading tax payments.
The city of Glendale announced an amendment to its city code regarding residential rental properties and short-term rentals within city limits.
County commissioners on Tuesday granted a contract for $32,000 for software to allow remote marriage applications, giving County Clerk John Warren the opportunity to do something he has been waiting to do for years.
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