Riverside County supervisors start process of hardening short-term rental regulations

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The Riverside County Board of Supervisors directed the county Transportation and Land Management Agency to draft stiffer regulations for the short-term rental market in unincorporated communities Feb. 25, citing growing concerns about how some rental activity is impacting neighborhoods.“There is a problem with communities being overwhelmed,” Supervisor Kevin Jeffries said. “You have 200 to 300 people showing up for parties and other events. Houses are being used for 20, 30, 40 occupants spending the night. Buses are coming and going from communities where there’s one paved road. We need to start diving further and seeing where we can make changes to protect property rights on both sides of the fence.”Jeffries joined Supervisor Chuck Washington in proposing additions and r
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