Short-term Vacation Rentals – The Final Push?

The STVR’s in Single Family Neighborhoods, take away from placing families in our schools, joining community groups, and knowing our neighbors.

Councilmember Barbara Bry will propose regulations for short-term vacation rentals at a town hall this Wednesday.
Wednesday, Aug. 30th 
6:00pm -7:30pm
La Jolla Community Center
6811 La Jolla Blvd.

RSVP to:

barbarabry@sandiego.gov.
Seating is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please arrive early to find street parking in advance of the meeting.
For the record, home sharing is not being threatened.

Save San Diego Neighborhoods (SSDN) has been working diligently, on saving our neighboroods from Short Term Vacation Rentals (STVR).  SSDN is continually in contact with decision makers and the latest development.   http://www.savesandiegoneighborhoods.org/
This excerpt is from a recent SSDN email:
Three vital protections lie at the heart of the short-term vacation rental issue in San Diego. Whatever government action moves us closer to safeguarding these three protections is what, we believe, the vast, vast majority of people want. Those three protections are:

The protection for home owners to be able to legally earn extra income by renting out rooms in their homes while they live there.

The protection for neighbors
to have the city quickly end abuses, including noise and other nuisances, caused by home sharing and home swapping.

The protection for residential neighborhoods to remain residential neighborhoods. Communities must not be transformed into hollowed-out tourist havens because of conversions to owner-absent vacation rental lodging businesses by the investor class of STVR operators.”


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