Week of April 4: The long battle over short-term rentals, NHC's homelessness ordinance, and the Community Endowment
On this episode, the North Carolina Court of Appeals (mostly) closes the case of Wilmington's problematic short-term rental regulations. Plus, New Hanover County commissioners backtrack on an ordinance that effectively criminalized homelessness on county property — but what can be done instead? And, the $1.25 billion New Hanover Community Endowment is looking for community advisors. What will their role be?
- Appeals court rules Wilmington’s short-term rental ordinance partially invalid
- Superior Court judge rules City of Wilmington’s short-term rental laws are ‘void and unenforceable’
- Why Wilmington believes state law forbidding short term rental registration does not apply
- NHC Commissioners change course, reject ordinance aimed at removing homeless people from county property