The restaurant and hospitality industry employs more than 600,000 people in Michigan, he said. It’s possible that the state’s jobless rate will jump from about 3.8% in January to over 13% in a “blink of an eye,” Winslow said.
Gotta give Gov. nitWhitmer credit… it only took her one year in office to achieve double digit unemployed where it took Granholm two terms.
It appears one of our straying pachyderm within Lansing’s Recucklican Majority believes that an ever overreaching State government knows best for how your local community functions than you– the homeowner.
Local bans on short-term rentals in Michigan could be barred themselves under controversial legislation being considered by a Republican-controlled state House committee.
The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Jason Sheppard, R-Temperance, said the local zoning rules created to ban short-term rentals such as those available through Airbnb, Homeaway and VRBO infringe on private property rights and are an abuse of Michigan’s Zoning Enabling Act.