March 31, 2016
The city is moving into high gear in its effort to deal with the proliferation of Airbnb, to the relief of many who say that the temporary-rental network is eating into Vancouver’s already stressed stock of low-cost housing. “The number of complaints is starting to rise,” said Councillor Geoff Meggs, who is introducing a motion for next week’s city council meeting that will ask staff to accelerate and expand the scope of research they have already started….