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By Kristina Pritchett

City Council approved a measure on Nov. 1 to request the California Coastal Commission to hold off on voting on the city’s short-term rental (STR) ordinance until the Registrar of Voters verifies signatures from a referendum recently circulated in town that would repeal the ordinance or put it to a vote of the people.

The Coastal Commission previously had the STR ordinance on the Nov. 4 agenda, but marked it postponed once Council approved the decision.

The referendum was turned into the Registrar in October.

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