The legislature has sent a compromise bill, H.4841, “An Act Regulating and Insuring Short-Term Rentals” to the governor’s desk. This bill would tax and regulate the short-term rental hosts and hosting platforms, such as AirBnB. The bill establishes a tax on short-term rentals, that is nearly the same as the tax on traditional accommodations like […]
Helpful presentation from the T on what to expect when in the way of capacity and reliability improvements. Bottom line: Improvement will be steady and will reach their maximum level around 2025.
The bill would extend unemployment benefits for locked out National Grid workers for up to 26 additional weeks, or until workers are no longer locked out, whichever comes first.
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