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File #: 19-0024    Version: 1
Type: Public Hearing - Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 1/15/2019 Final action:
Title: Introduction of Ordinance Nos. 19-0001 and 19-0002 Amending the Manhattan Beach Municipal Code and Local Coastal Program to Allow Short-Term Rentals That Meet Certain Zoning Requirements and Performance Standards On a Limited Basis; and Consider Establishing Related Fees (Community Development Director McIntosh). a) CONDUCT PUBLIC HEARING b) INTRODUCE ORDINANCE NOS. 19-0001 AND 19-0002 c) ADOPT RESOLUTION NO. 19-0011 ESTABLISHING FEES
Attachments: 1. Ordinance No. 19-0001, 2. Ordinance No. 19-0002, 3. Resolution No. 19-0011, 4. PowerPoint Presentation
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TO:
Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THROUGH:
Bruce Moe, City Manager

FROM:
Anne McIntosh, Community Development Director
Steve S. Charelian, Finance Director
Nhung Madrid, Senior Management Analyst
Ryan Heise, Building Official

SUBJECT:Title
Introduction of Ordinance Nos. 19-0001 and 19-0002 Amending the Manhattan Beach Municipal Code and Local Coastal Program to Allow Short-Term Rentals That Meet Certain Zoning Requirements and Performance Standards On a Limited Basis; and Consider Establishing Related Fees (Community Development Director McIntosh).
a) CONDUCT PUBLIC HEARING
b) INTRODUCE ORDINANCE NOS. 19-0001 AND 19-0002
c) ADOPT RESOLUTION NO. 19-0011 ESTABLISHING FEES

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Recommended Action
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends that after conducting a public hearing, the City Council:

1) Introduce Ordinance No. 19-0001 amending the Manhattan Beach Municipal Code (MBMC);
2) Introduce Ordinance No. 19-0002 amending the Local Coastal Program (LCP);
3) Adopt Resolution No. 19-0011 to establish fees; and
4) Direct staff to move forward with developing and implementing a Short-Term Rental Program.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
The unregulated short-term rental of properties in residential neighborhoods can have significant negative impacts on neighborhoods and residents. Regulating such rentals can minimize the potential negative impacts, establish a permit and enforcement process, and require the payment and remittal of Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) to the City.

If adopted, the proposed ordinances will allow the renting of owner-occupied single family residences, duplexes, and triplexes to single housekeeping units for less than 30 days. Property Owners must: obtain a permit and City Business License; provide parking for the lodgers; and pay TOT for each rental. The rentals must be hosted for all residentially-zoned properties, but may be "un-hosted" for owner-occupied single family r...

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