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Name not shown inside Town Limits June 22, 2022, 4:15 PM

Name John Croft
Do you have comments regarding VAR-001455-2022, request from Jason and Abigail Rudasill for a variance? Don't think they should be able to change the buffer ,guidelines lines were set to protect our neighbor hoods from being over run with (hotel homes). One person gets a deck for a pool the next builds right up to the towns right away. We need to protect the old neighborhoods! We can't let holiday homes(Folly Field) become another North Forest Beach!

Alan Warney inside Town Limits June 2, 2022, 3:51 PM

Name Alan Warney
Do you have any comments regarding the Parks and Recreation Master Plan Workbook? I would like to commend the Parks and Recreation people for the beautiful new handicapped beach access just completed at Islanders Beach Park. I just came from there and I ride an electric scooter due to my handicap. It was the first time in years I have actually been on the beach. One suggestion is to extend the matted portion to the hard packed sand as my scooter became bogged down in the soft sand while trying to get to the packed sand. Other than that great job everyone involved!!

Andre Konstantinov inside Town Limits May 12, 2022, 4:14 PM

The entire approach is punitive instead of cooperative. There are existing laws in place to prosecute noise complaints.

Andre Konstantinov inside Town Limits May 12, 2022, 4:06 PM

I strongly object to this based on the principle of the freedom of speech. My condo is my private property and while in principle I understand the intent behind this regulation, I will not agree to place "any town provided materials" inside.

Andre Konstantinov inside Town Limits May 12, 2022, 3:40 PM

The entire paragraph is not necessary. The noise laws already exist. Enforce them instead of making new laws that essentially say "you have to follow the law and tell everyone else to follow it too". This ordinance is not going to solve any noise problems.

Andre Konstantinov inside Town Limits May 12, 2022, 3:38 PM

Not needed: this does not address any specific problem. In addition, all pools have regulations posted.

Andre Konstantinov inside Town Limits May 12, 2022, 3:37 PM

"as required by law" already implies that this is a duplicate of existing laws and fire codes.

Andre Konstantinov inside Town Limits May 12, 2022, 3:35 PM

Duplicate of whatever existing parking codes exist. No new laws are necessary. Enforce existing laws. If the short term rental is inside a private association, allow the private association to enforce their regulations, they are very good at it.

Andre Konstantinov inside Town Limits May 12, 2022, 3:33 PM

Unnecessary because

(1) if the complaint is from the short term renters, the owners are motivated to take care of it as soon as possible. If this is a noise complaint, it should be taken care of by police or local association security or both.

(2) If the "one hour" requirement is driven by a need to respond quickly to an emergency, that puts this clearly in the purview of the police or the paramedics and therefore not specific to short term rentals.

Andre Konstantinov inside Town Limits May 12, 2022, 3:28 PM

No extra fees, please. It is not clear what service I am getting for this fee.