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Effort To Pass Vacation Rental Regulations In San Diego Continues

A woman holds up a sign reading

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Above: A woman holds up a sign reading "Neighborhoods are for neighbors, not vacation rentals" at a San Diego City Council meeting, Dec. 12, 2017.

Effort To Pass Vacation Rental Regulations In San Diego Continues

GUEST:

Lisa Halverstadt, reporter, Voice of San Diego

Transcript

The San Diego City Council is preparing again to take on the issue of short-term vacation rentals.

And this time, Mayor Kevin Faulconer is expected to be one of the key players in proposing vacation rental regulations. The mayor had previously been absent on this contentious issue.

City councilmembers have not been able to agree on a proposal, despite repeated efforts, including a 10-hour council hearing last December.

Voice of San Diego's Lisa Halverstadt is out with an update on the issue. She will join Midday Edition on Thursday to discuss the roadblocks the council faces in voting on regulations by April.

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