Remember them at the voting booth.
The revised ordinance included the adoption of a 55-foot zone of exclusion to address density problems and a cap of 250 short-term rentals citywide but the incorporation of a lottery system was eliminated.
Fisher, along with Councilman Bill Peake, voted against the ordinance that took effect on Jan. 20. Fisher said that at the time he didn’t think it was complete enough and that city officials weren’t as clear as they could have been during the November workshop addressing the possibility of incorporating a lottery system into it. During the special meeting, many short-term rental license holders expressed their opposition to the lottery.