City’s Airbnb ban ‘arbitrary, capricious’ form of ‘vicious class legislation’

The city’s short-term vacation rental district, also known and published as the STVR “overlay map,” is unconstitutional because it violates the longstanding ban in American law against arbitrary and capricious acts. Ordinance 13194 went into effect Oct. 1, 2017 to allow some Chattanoogans access to the Internet, and to prevent others such as Mary Alice Crapo from use of the Internet to bring cash flow to themselves by the private use of their private lots and houses.  By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 FM The ordinance says the “overlay” map describes “that certain area of the City of Chattanooga, as … Continue reading City’s Airbnb ban ‘arbitrary, capricious’ form of ‘vicious class legislation’