The owner of 7127 High Street in Maplewood went before planning and zoning on Wednesday to request to operate an Airbnb. She was denied, commission member Sandi Phillips reported to 40 South, by request.
Phillips said the petition was denied after neighbors, including city council member Ray Crader, told the commission about their parking concerns.
The house is at the end of a short dead-end street, and is relatively new. It was built in 2011 after the house previously at the address burned down.
The owner can still take it to city council if she wishes, though it would need to pass with a larger majority than if it had planning and zoning’s approval.
Maplewood has two city-approved Airbnbs. The law was passed in 2015. A second Airbnb was approved in April 2016.