HOLLAND, MICH. - The controversial short-term rentals or Airbnb's is back up for discussion in the City of Holland.
The Planning Commission is considering allowing a limited number of non-owner occupied short term rentals in certain residential neighborhoods as part of an "overlay'"district.
The commission is describing this proposal as a pilot program that would allow a maximum of 25 non-owner occupied rental units within that district.
On Tuesday, Feb. 13, the Planning Commission will discuss if they want to recommend this proposal to the City Council.
That meeting starts at City Hall at 5 p.m.
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