Changes of rental accommodations in Whistler could put British Columbia resort’s reputation for quality service at risk
Whistler officials are struggling to work out how to allow homeowners to rent rooms and accommodations in 2010 without shoving the resort’s 10,000 employees out in the cold.
“Staff is preparing a report that will go forward to council and for public consultation on how to implement a short-term rental program for properties that are currently zoned residential,” said Diana Waltmann, spokeswoman for the Resort Municipality of Whistler.
“For us the challenge is that we don’t want to adversely impact our employees. We have workers renting suites in these residential-zoned properties.” (more…)