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Pledge to Vote YES on 59

Voting is in-person at Nantucket Town Meeting

5:00 PM on Tuesday, May 7, 2024 at Nantucket High School

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What does this mean for Nantucket?

The recent court ruling threatens to ban all rentals shorter then 32 nights. Unless we act now, the long-standing tradition of vacation rentals on Nantucket will end.

Thousands of tourists will be unable to visit the island, local businesses will miss out on millions of dollars of income and many people will lose their jobs.

Nantucket voters can settle this issue by Voting YES on Article 59 at Town Meeting.

Who else is impacted by this

Tourism = jobs.

Vacation rentals are 85% of all short-term stays.

Vacation rentals are vital for Nantucket’s economy. They help many local businesses like shops, restaurants, and tour companies by bringing in tourists who spend money. These tourists support jobs for many people on the island, from waiters to boat captains. Rentals also mean more tax money for Nantucket, which supports all of the public services that we rely on. Plus, they give visitors a chance to stay longer and explore more, making them likely to spend more during their visit. In short, vacation rentals are a key part of keeping Nantucket's economy strong and vibrant.

What can I do?

Vote at Town Meeting on
Tuesday, May 7, 2024 at 5:00 PM

registered voters can update our zoning by law
protecting vacation rentals, once and for all.



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