Hawaii city approves ban on short-term vacation rentals outside resort areas
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The Honolulu City Council voted Wednesday to approve a bill that would ban any short-term vacation rentals outside of resort areas.
Bill 41 passed with a vote of 8 to 1 and now goes to Mayor Rick Blangiardi's desk, according to Hawaii News Now.
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The outlet said the measure would ban any rentals in residential areas for fewer than 90 days and that the current minimum stay for short-term rentals is set at 30 days.
Short-term rentals would be OK in resort-zoned areas and nearby locations in Waikiki and Turtle Bay.