A new ruling out of the Fifth Circuit is likely to have significant impacts on the ways that municipalities may regulate short term rental properties (“STR’s”). In Hignell-Stark v. City of New Orleans, 46 F.4th 317 (5th Cir. 2022), the court reviewed a New Orleans ordinance which limited the right to use a residence as an STR to only people whose primary residence was in New Orleans.Continue Reading A New Federal Ruling Outlines Limits to Short Term Rental Regulation
Medical marijuana businesses, including grow operations and dispensaries, can now be found in many communities throughout Colorado. The establishment and proliferation of such businesses has presented a number of issues for their neighbors.
One issue: marijuana stinks. It has a very strong odor, even before it is smoked.
Odor emanating from medical marijuana businesses has…