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.
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Highlighting digital transformation in today’s local government
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.
Pregame Prep initiative promotes compliance with new local STR laws and responsible renting practices.
Great Barrington’s Airbnb host compliance system is almost up and running. And yes, it will include a complaint hotline
Town officials chose Austin, Texas-based GovOS for its registration, monitoring and tax collection software for homeowners who rent out their properties on Airbnb-style platforms.
Berrien County Register of Deeds Lora Freehling has launched a new public search site for land records.
Tarrant County becomes the first in that state to use the technology since Texas lawmakers approved remote marriage licenses last year. Military members and others could save time and money with the digital system.
Cuyahoga County residents will now have more than 200 years of historical property records at their fingertips with the launch of a new online database.
With the digital tools now available, local governments have never been better equipped to build stronger partnerships with short-term rental operators in their communities.
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