Help us stop AB1731 in the Appropriations Committee
The disastrous AB 1731, which would limit whole home short-term rentals to just 30 days per year, is continuing to progress through the Assembly even though several members have expressed concern about the bill’s overreach into local governance and the stripping away of individual private property rights.
Share San Diego has heard from families from all over the United Sates who are rightfully concerned that if the legislature passes AB 1731 they would no longer be able to afford to visit San Diego. On behalf of all of you, we pledge to continue to fight this bill at every step of the way.
AB 1731 is scheduled to be reviewed by the Assembly’s Appropriations Committee this Thursday. We are hopeful the Committee will consider the adverse effects the bill will have on San Diego tourism by limiting low cost accommodations in the beach areas, and the repercussions it will have on local businesses and the thousands of jobs short-term rentals create.
Please help us continue this fight by writing the Assemblymembers below and encouraging them not to support AB 1731.
Here are the assemblymembers:
- Lorena Gonzalez (Chair) (916) 319-2080
- Frank Bigelow (Vice Chair) (916) 319-2005
- Richard Bloom (916) 319-2050
- Rob Bonta (916) 319-2018
- William P. Brough (916) 319-2073
- Ian C. Calderon (916) 319-2057
- Wendy Carrillo (916) 319-2051
- Ed Chau (916) 319-2049
- Tyler Diep (916) 319-2072
- Susan Talamantes Eggman (916) 319-2013
- Vince Fong (916) 319-2034
- Jesse Gabriel (916) 319-2045
- Eduardo Garcia (916) 319-2056
- Brian Maienschein (916) 319-2077
- Jay Obernolte (916) 319-2033
- Cottie Petrie-Norris (916) 319-2074
- Bill Quirk (916) 319-2020
- Robert Rivas (916) 319-2030
- Tasha Horvath (916) 319-2076
And their emails: