New hotel tax could generate $1.4B even more for homeless, street repair spending – The San Diego Union-Tribune

The proposed $6.4 billion ballot measure to expand the San Diego Convention Center includes money for homelessness and street repairs. But a new analysis finds even more could benefit those two programs. Source: New hotel tax could generate $1.4B even more for homeless, street repair spending – The San Diego Union-Tribune
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California Coastal Commission Rejects Laguna Beach’s Short-Term Rental Ban – VRM Intel

On Thursday, Dec. 14, the California Coastal Commission met in Dana Point, CA to review and vote on the city of Laguna Beach’s proposed short-term rental ordinance that effectively banned short-term vacation rentals in residential areas.  Source: California Coastal Commission Rejects Laguna Beach’s Short-Term Rental Ban – VRM Intel
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Activists sue Coastal Commission and Monterey County over Rancho Los Robles. | News | montereycountyweekly.com

In November, the California Coastal Commission narrowly approved the Rancho Los Robles subdivision in Las Lomas, not far from Elkhorn Slough. Source: Activists sue Coastal Commission and Monterey County over Rancho Los Robles. | News | montereycountyweekly.com
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