No earlier than 1:30 p.m., the Board was scheduled to conduct a merit hearing for an ordinance regarding the posting of signs identifying short-term rentals, payment of taxes and business licenses. On the advice of County Counsel, the Community Development Agency is recommending that the Board continue the hearing to a future date to be determined later. As written for the first reading, the ordinance would have required the posting of a small sign within eyesight of the street and information about the payment of taxes, business licenses, and contact information for the owner or property manager. The proposed changes would've be enacted for a one-year pilot period and only affect short-term rental properties in the unincorporated parts of Marin. Staff plans to return with a revised ordinance this spring.
The Board continued the item to a date uncertain.
Need more info? See the staff report about signage for short-term rentals.
Contact: Jeremy Tejirian, Planning Manager, Community Development Agency
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