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lodging house

A building containing rooms used or rented for sleeping purposes by two or more paying guests; the minimum and maximum numbers of rooms may be specified by the applicable local code.
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We conclude that the dwelling units are not lodgings and the properties are not lodging houses under act," it added.
On the extreme far right we see a very small section of what was a massive eight bay window lodging house.
By the late 19th century emigrants could stay in lodging houses owned or supervised by shipping companies.
The 1851 census shows that one lodging house in Pipewellgate, on the riverside, had 47 lodgers, many of them Scottish.
We received a complaint about an illegal lodging house, and inspectors knocked on the door, but did not get in," Mr.
He also said it could turn single-family dwellings into lodging houses if they have more than three tenants such as professionals or nuns, not just college students.
Breault pointed out that 20 years ago the city was considering having a moratorium on lodging houses because of the high number that existed and their concentration in Main South.
Under the new overlay district, each lodging house developer would still have to go to the Planning Board and License Commission for approval, and the city would have additional safeguards in place, he said.
Gagnon said he hopes to have the program, which will include a resident manager who lives on site, up and running as soon as the organization gets approval of the transfer of the lodging house license with the License Commission.
We contend that the decisions are arbitrary and capricious because the properties at issue are dwelling units and are not lodging houses," Mr.
But that doesn't transform these dwellings into lodging houses.
John Kelly, the city's building commissioner, said it was his opinion that all three properties were operating as lodging houses.