The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a township prohibiting Airbnb-style rentals in its residential sections, interpreting the municipality’s zoning ordinance to bar “transient” lodging.

In doing so, the justices reversed a Commonwealth Court ruling that had found the ordinance to be ambiguous and open to interpretation.

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