Paradise Valley responds to attorney general investigation

By Melissa Rosequist | Your Valley

The Town of Paradise Valley has responded to an Arizona Attorney General’s investigation into its short-term rental rules.

On March 18, Town Attorney Andrew McGuire issued a response to Attorney General Mark Bronvich and the deputy solicitor, where he steadfastly argues the town has not violated state law.

On Feb. 28, Sen. Warren Petersen, R-Gilbert, filed a legislator request for investigation — known as a Senate Bill 1487 investigation — at the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. Petersen sought an opinion on if the Paradise Valley local ordinance on short-term rentals is in conflict with existing state law.

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