La Quinta will put short-term vacation rental ban on the November ballot

The future of brief-phrase holiday vacation rentals in La Quinta will be in the fingers of its citizens.

On Tuesday, the town council unanimously accredited an initiative that would stage out and permanently ban STVRs in La Quinta on the approaching November ballot.

If handed, STVRs would be banned from most metropolis neighborhoods other than for vacationer and professional zones by the stop of 2024.

Riverside County has qualified the signatures of a lot more than 3,224 registered voters who want a public vote on the make any difference.

That’s well far more than the 2,448 signatures expected to qualify the evaluate.

A essential supporter of the Conserve Our Neighborhoods signature drive, Don Shoffstall of Neighborhoods are for Neighbors said about the evaluate, “When you get 3,670 people who say they want to have a voice in pinpointing the character of their neighborhoods. I assume that should be listened to.” 

A pro-STVR group Family vacation Rentals Owners and Neighbors, VRON, has submitted an objection to the petition’s language hoping to retain it off the ballot. Kaufman Legal Team filed the objection on behalf of VRON pointing out alleged defects in the citizen-led petition travel and requested for the council to reject enabling the ballot evaluate to continue.

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