Of course Julia and I have differing opinions as to what took place, so it is not my intention to get into a 'he said' 'she said' discussion
Let me just state the listing of My Place on AIRBNB clearly states:
The Permit from Douglas County Clearly States max occ 6 adults
and that this permit must be visible and accessible on the premises
The Permit was displayed with house keys sitting on top of the Permit.
So anybody reading Julia's post, did you see how she justifies ignoring the rules I am bound by and has 7 adults staying at My Place ?? Does it mean nothing to her that there would be potential for the County to take action against My Permit
Also My Listing clearly states that there is a county ordinance enforcing NO PARKING IN THE STREET. This information was also available with the Permit information, plus there were signs on the street. Many communities are concerned with AIRBNB Guests parking in unauthorized spots, in fact South Tahoe has put a moratorium on allowing any new AIRBNB's to be permitted until such issues are resolved through ordinances. When I travel to a different city, town, etc, I don't just park anywhere, don't you look.
Again not getting into what was said back and forth, just the facts, but as for going over the rules carefully, TO EACH AND EVERY GUEST THAT HAS BOOKED WITH ME,
I OFFER TO MEET THEM UPON THEIR ARRIVAL, INCLUDING JULIA'S GROUP WHICH I GRANTED AN EARLY CHECK-IN TO ( 1 PM) WITHOUT CHARGE. So yes, I admit it is hard to accept when Guests ignore the rules that are clearly stated and can lead to problems for the Host.