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Q&A: The shared economy, the Town of Paradise Valley and JBW

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Town of Paradise Valley Mayor Jerry Bien-Willner. / Arianna Grainey / Independent Newsmedia

By Terrance Thornton | Paradise Valley Independent

The Town of Paradise Valley Independent reached out to Mayor Jerry Bien-Willner to better understand his perspective specific to the fledging shared economy emerging within town limits.

Mr. Bien-Willner — a lawyer by trade, an entrepreneur at heart — offers three examples of town efforts. They are:

The Town of Paradise Valley has published a comprehensive webpage in an effort to helping both consumer and operators navigate the short-term rental operation.

The adoption of HB 2672, which requires operator contact information shared with local law enforcement entities and;

The introduction of SB 1487, which seeks an Attorney General investigation into whether or not short-term rental provisions should be allowed, according to the Arizona Constitution.

Mr. Bien-Willner offers his thoughts on how a shared economy is changing the face of the Town of Paradise Valley:


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