What’s a home for? As tourism booms in SLO County, residents and officials wrestle with vacation rentals  | New Times San Luis Obispo

Last month, SLO Cal, the tourism marketing arm of San Luis Obispo County, announced that in 2017, visitors spent a record $1.75 billion in the area. The dollar value of all the money spent on accommodations, food, retail, arts, entertainment, and recreation by tourists is up 21 percent from just five years ago. Source: What’s […]
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Mayor proposes Airbnb regs allowing up to two rentals per host, with no limits in Mission Beach | The San Diego Union-Tribune

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer is proposing that short-term rentals marketed on online platforms like Airbnb be restricted to no more than two per host citywide, except in Mission Beach, where there would be no limits. Source: Mayor proposes Airbnb regs allowing up to two rentals per host, with no limits in Mission Beach – The San Diego Union-Tribune
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California Coastal Commission Rejects Navy’s Offshore Training Plans | Coronado Times

As a measure to ensure the Navy is following environmental guidelines and not causing harm to the environment, the Navy is required to meet with the California Coastal Commission concerning their future training plans. Source: California Coastal Commission Rejects Navy’s Offshore Training Plans | Coronado Times
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Coastal Commission asks for permit withdrawal in Redondo Beach | Easyreadernews.com

The California Coastal Commission has sent a letter to the City of Redondo Beach and to its estranged development partner CenterCal, requesting the two applicants withdraw their application for the Waterfront: Redondo Beach development. Source: Coastal Commission asks for permit withdrawal in Redondo Beach
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Coastal Commission seeks compromise on Del Mar short-term rentals | Del Mar Times

The California Coastal Commission sought to reach a compromise regarding Del Mar’s short-term rental ordinance at a meeting on Thursday, June 7, striking a middle ground between the city’s tight limits on vacation rentals and the looser guidelines proposed by the commission’s staff. Source: Coastal Commission seeks compromise on Del Mar short-term rentals – Del […]
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