Atlantic City’s Lower Chelsea is a beautiful, ocean side neighborhood right next to Ventnor. Large homes and walking distance to beach. Residents love it’s relatively quiet vibe.
Lately, Lower Chelsea is very popular with investors looking to convert homes into short-term rental operations.
Carol Ruffo, president of Chelsea Neighborhood Assn says these short term rental properties are having a negative impact on this part of the city.
Public was unaware of some latest moves by AC Council.
City of AC caught pulling another fast one? Ordinance received no public comment period.
No one representing residents. Lawsuit? No one spoke to residents. Why kept quiet?
Sneaking in a special meeting between Christmas and New Years Day.
Rental rules have been dramatically relaxed. This goes against general trend of rental minimum-stays in order to avoid animal house behavior. (most common with single and weekend only renters).
Short-term vacation rentals built within residential zones, being turned into multi-family properties.
These homes are commercial businesses. Harming quality of life.
Ruffo: Out of 15 Real Estate transactions, 12 are bought by LLC’s.
Neighborhood residents Dora Grossman wants the short-term rental ordinance tabled. ‘We were not represented’.
Unlimited AirBnB in Lower Chelsea?
Michelle Brunetti Post asked about 2012 lawsuit paperwork. How can it happen this quickly? (atl c 49-12)
Councilman Kurtz: No public meeting was held.
City wanted the more risky, No Minimum Stay. Neighbors want at least a week or more. Just like other shore towns. Weekenders can be trashy, noisy, all night party with parking problems.
Entire Penn State cheerleader team.
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I would love to have the entire PennState cheerleading team stay next door for a long weekend!
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