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Yes, so long as there is a permanent resident who is living in a dwelling unit on the subject lands that will operate the STR. The operator cannot reside at a separate property.
Council passed a resolution to only permit the secondary suite to be used as a STR. The person living in the main part of the dwelling unit must be a permanent resident of the City and if a renter, have a property management agreement with the owner of the property.
No, only one Business License is required but as part of the licencing process, both a building and fire inspection will be required to ensure code compliance for that use.
Yes, so long as there is a permanent resident that will operate the STR that provides 24 hour property management service. This permanent resident does not need to live in a dwelling unit on the subject lands.
No, only one STR is permitted per lot. Council passed a resolution to restrict the STR to the secondary suite.
Three rooms with 6 occupants, 2 people per bedroom.