Gibson: Some family island homes being run like 'unregistered, all-inclusive resorts'

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June 24, 2019

Member of Parliament for Long Island Adrian Gibson is calling on the government to investigate instances of second homeowners using their properties to run an “unregistered, all-inclusive resort”.

Gibson, who made the call for the investigation while delivering his 2019/2020 budget contribution last week, explained that these kinds of arrangements set up by second homeowners represent an unfair advantage over locals who pay taxes on their vacation rentals and who rent vehicles for use by visitors to the island.

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News date : 06/24/2019    Category : Home, Politics, Nassau Guardian Stories

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