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    San Bernardino Begins Work on Rules for Short-Term Rentals

    The city of San Bernardino, Calif., plans to begin regulating short-term rentals (STRs). In the coming weeks, city staffers will craft regulations for STRs based on those in other cities and put them before the Planning Commission in February for consideration. San Bernardino currently has about 120 active STR listings, down from 200 last year. Most of these properties are owned by out-of-town investors who pay no transient occupancy tax to the city, according to Community and Economic Development Director Nathan Freeman.

    San Bernardino Sun (California) (01/19/23) Brian Whitehead

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