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City proposes 60-day limit on Airbnbs

Hard limit would be city’s hardest line on short term rentals yet San Francisco is Airbnb’s hometown, but they might not feel terribly welcome at home these days. Lawmakers executed the latest maneuver in the city’s ongoing standoff with short term rentals this week, proposing a hard limit on how long homeowners may let out any one unit on Airbnb or its competitors. Sixty days per year would be the max under Board of Supervisors President London Breed’s proposal.
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