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By Will Fritz

Temecula begins outreach meetings for short-term rental regulations


Last updated 7/20/2018 at 6:32am

Shane Gibson

Matt Peters of the city of Temecula planning department leads a forum at the Ronald H. Roberts Library for members of the community to express their support and concerns regarding the rapid increase of short-term rentals in the city, July 11.

The city of Temecula is holding outreach meetings this summer for residents to voice their concerns over short-term rentals and help the city craft regulations for them.

Short-term rentals – any rental under 30 days – were popularized by websites like Airbnb and VRBO, where property owners can rent out their dwellings for short stays and allow travelers to rent an entire house for a trip, rather than being confined to a hotel room.

Some owners who allow their properties to be used for short-term rentals live in the homes they're renting out and post them on rental sites to make some mon...

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