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    COUNCILMEMBER LORIE ZAPF COUNCIL DISTRICT TWO MEMORANDUM DATE: December 17, 2015 TO: Honorable City Council FROM: Councilmember Lorie Zapf, Chair, Smart Growth and Land Use Committee SUBJECT: Revisions to Short Term Vacation Rental and Home Sharing Draft Ordinance I propose the following revision to my September 17, 2015 memorandum: For “Short Term Vacation Rental of a Dwelling Unit” Section 1410315 b) limited use regulations (emphasis on the revision):   1) Limited use reglations: A maximum of 2 occupants per bedroom plus 2 occupants may stay in a dwelling unit in Single Family Residential (RS) zones   2) A minimum stay of no fewer than 21 nights in Single Family Residential (RS)  and detached single dwelling units in Residential--Multiple Unit (RM) zones  I also propose two additions to the Draft Ordinance: Requirement of a cost-recoverable and revocable ministerial (Process 1) annual permit  for Short Term Vacation Rentals (ie 200) and Home Sharing (ie 100) to cover expenses related to Code Enforcement and Police Service Investigative Officers (PISOs) investigating and enforcing Short Term Vacation Rental violations General fund money should not be utilized to curb code violations and nuisances related to Short Term Vacation Rentals and Home Sharing    Obtaining a permit for Short Term Vacation Rentals and Home Sharing should be required as part of the TOT (Transient Occupancy Tax) registration process Private Actions to Enforce Any person who has suffered, or alleges to have suffered, damage to person or property because of a violation of the San Diego Municipal Code pertaining to impacts of Short Term Vacation Rentals may bring an action for money damages and any other appropriate relief in a court of competent jurisdiction against the party alleged to have violated the San Diego Municipal Code    This shall not be construed to create any right of action against the City The sole purpose and intent is to create a right of action between private parties, entities and interests, which are or may be impacted or affected by various aspects of Short Term Vacation Rentals within the City   cc: Mayor Kevin Faulconer City Attorney Jan Goldsmith Andrea Tevlin, IBA