Short Term Rental Task Force seeks to protect PMC residents and protect the freedom to rent properties

By Gary Meyer, TME

Imagine one day you have new neighbors, and the following weekend you have different new neighbors, and different new neighbors again the next weekend.

Now imagine that all of those new neighbors are often loud and partying until 3 o’clock in the morning—a house filled with 20 or more drunken city folk who do not care about anyone around them. A wild-good time is their only goal, and then, in 48 hours, they disappear…week after week, leaving behind alcohol containers, trash around the property, and sometimes trashing neighboring properties.

These are some of the problems that were reported during the first town hall meeting of PMCPOA’s Short Term Rental Task Force on January 20 in the Condor Room at the clubhouse. Organizers say there is…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

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Short Term Rental Task Force member Jennifer Emett helped take notes to compile the report that is going to board directors and will be discussed with the governing documents committee on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 9 a.m. in the PMC Pool Pavilion. Additional comments can be sent to by Friday, Feb. 1.

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