In the two weeks since the county issued notices to over 200 short-term lodging operators failing to comply with a tax-collecting requirement, just 22 have responded, despite a temporary offer of amnesty. The transient occupancy tax is levied on all short-term tenants, whether they rent a cozy bed and breakfast, a hotel room or simply someone . . .

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