City Council members voted 4-0 Tuesday night to change the bed & breakfast ordinance, allowing for inns with up to 14 rooms per acre downtown. The city ordinance now limits downtown inns to five rooms or suites per acre. The City Council made the change in response to a proposal by a Hudson couple who wants to build a six to eight-room River House Bed & Breakfast at the corner of Main Street and the Pithlachascotee River. The city agreed to sell the 0.8-acre site to the couple for $115,000 earlier this month. Council member Scott Chittum was not at the meeting.