Moulder working on rule changes for short-term rentals
City administrator hopes to present ordinance this month – By Norm Cannada – SENECA – Seneca city administrator Scott Moulder said he plans to bring a proposed ordinance on short-term rentals back to city council later this month, a recommendation he said will likely include “a number of changes.”
Moulder did not discuss or recommend specific changes during a council work session Tuesday night, saying he wanted to meet with city attorney Bo Bowman first.
“I think we understand that this ordinance is not intended to fully prohibit, but we’ve got to make sure that what we’re approving gives us the capability to protect the neighboring properties and their quality of life that they’ve experienced for so many years,” he told council.
The controversial ordinance amending the city’s zoning ordinance to allow short=-term rentals was approved on first reading by city council in April, but failed to get the recommendation of the city planning commission May 1.
A week later, council tabled a vote on final reading to get more information.Moulder-working-on-rule-changes-for-short-term-rentals