Supervisor Dennis Rodoni began his 2018 policy agenda by promulgating his proposal to increase the Transient Occupancy Tax, which would apply only to visitors who use short-term rentals, or accommodations that last under 30 days. He’s held meetings with village associations, planning groups and individuals to parlay the proposal, and said a majority of the residents he . . .

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