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    Oxnard: Special Meeting on Short Term House Rentals- Monday March 25

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    Special Meeting: March 25, 2019 – 6:00 PM
    Oxnard Performing Arts & Convention Center
    800 Hobson Way, Oxnard (Oxnard Room)

    Item D-1 1. SUBJECT: Short-Term Vacation Rental (STR) Report and Recommended Best Practice
    Regulations. (20/25/60)
    RECOMMENDATION: Receive a Short Term Rentals (STRs) report including:
    regulatory framework establishing restrictions on STRs and recommended best practices;
    provide guidance on these recommended provisions; and direct staff to prepare a Short
    Term Rentals Ordinance for consideration and recommendation by the Planning
    The City Council Housing and Economic Development Committee considered policy
    questions pertaining to STRs at its February 26, 2019 meeting and provided the following
    comments: (1) consider allowing STRs only in designated geographic areas; (2) consider
    the California Coastal Commission’s position on STRs; and (3) staff should prepare
    recommendations based on best practices for the City Council to consider.
    Legislative Body: CC Contact: Jeffrey Lambert Phone: (805) 385-7882

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    Some Oxnard property owners have generated income for generations by renting out their properties for the short term. Complainants have reported that chronic nuisances occur on some properties. Others are not remitting taxes to government jurisdictions, including Oxnard.

    Numerous complaints have resulting in the city studying the situation, related issues, legal constraints and what other municipalities are doing about it. Their recommended approach consists of restricting rental units and much more strongly regulating them. This is about their third pass, so it should be getting close to a final version. See the link above for details on their thoughts. Attend the meeting if you are a stakeholder or just interested. You may speak there to weigh in with your thoughts.

    George Miller is Publisher/Co-Founder of and a “retired” operations management consultant residing in Oxnard

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