HENRY COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — Legislators in Montgomery are expected to vote next year on a lodging tax coming to Henry County short-term rentals.

Right now, there are approximately 15 short-term rentals throughout the county, not including in the city limits of Headland and Abbeville, and the county commission wants to enforce a $4 lodging tax.

Lawmakers are expected to vote on this lodging tax on March 5th of next year and the commission believes it will pass in Montgomery.

The city of Headland and Abbeville already collect a similar tax and brought home $3,000 and $10,000 respectively, in 2022.