TUPs for home-based studios, a year on


The value to artists and the RMOW is still being considered with one more year left in pilot project

A year ago, the proposed temporary use permits (TUP) program for home-based studios led to heated debate between the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) and members of the resort’s visual art community. The latter said they were being penalized twice for requiring both a $165 business license and a $200/year TUP to operate home studios.…

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September 6, 2017

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