City bans woman, 65, from using house for rentals

Mary Alice Crapo, 65, is the first resident in Chattanooga to seek to throw out its unconstitutional ban on the use of the Internet to get people into one’s home as renter through Airbnb. (Photo David Tulis)
City bans woman, 65, from earning income

Mary Alice Crapo gives tour of house, part of AirBNB fight in Chattanooga.

Posted by Nooganomics on Saturday, October 5, 2019
CLICK HERE: Take a tour with me of the Airbnb house at 2512 N. Wilder St. in Chattanooga that is being attacked by city government through a citation to city court. The accusation is “STVR certificate required,” but it’s more than that. Mary Alice Crapo is outside the city’s short-term vacation rental district, and thus is forbidden from participating in the Gig City economy. The city won’t give her a certificate at all. Mrs. Crapo has a hearing 8 a.m. in city court Thursday.

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