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Q SEW Pp�T <br />CITY OF <br />�m <br />z NEWPORT BEACH <br />c�<,FORN'P City Council Staff Report <br />June 11, 2019 <br />Agenda Item No. SS3 <br />TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL <br />FROM: Seimone Jurjis, Community Development Director - 949-644-3232, <br />sjurjis@newportbeachca.gov <br />TITLE: Update on Short Term Lodging <br />FA3.1-1 d:7±Tib 6 <br />At the January 22, 2019 City Council Study Session, the City Council provided direction to <br />staff regarding changes to the Short Term Lodging provisions of the Newport Beach <br />Municipal Code (NBMC). Staff has completed the changes and included some additional <br />regulations related to hosting platforms. Staff is asking for the City Council's input on the <br />proposed ordinance. No formal action will be taken on this item. <br />RECOMMENDATION: <br />Provide comments to City staff on the proposed changes to the Short Term Lodging <br />Permit ordinance. <br />DISCUSSION: <br />Since the January 22, 2019 study session, the 9t" circuit court of appeals upheld the City <br />of Santa Monica's short term lodging ordinance, which held the hosting platforms <br />responsible for bookings that were not registered with the city. Staff has included the <br />same provisions used by the City of Santa Monica into the City of Newport Beach <br />proposed ordinance (Attachment A). <br />Changes were also made based on City Council's January 22nd Study Session comments <br />that affect the operation of short term lodging properties. Some of the changes are: <br />limiting the number of occupants in a unit, real estate broker representation if managed <br />by a third party, update to property owner responsibilities, reducing the number of code <br />violations before a permit is revoked, and closing permits if no longer in use. <br />Comments made by the City Council at the June 11, 2019 Study Session will be <br />incorporated into the draft ordinance. Staff will return at the July 9, 2019 City Council <br />meeting with a final ordinance for City Council's consideration. <br />NOTICING - <br />The agenda item has been noticed according to the Brown Act (72 hours in advance of <br />the meeting at which the City Council considers the item). <br />SS3-1 <br />