What messes have Short-Term Vacation Rentals caused the City?

January 29, 2020

What messes have unregulated Short-Term Vacation Rentals caused the City?

  1. 16,000 homes taken out of the housing supply for renters and buyers
  2. Higher rents
  3. $2 million a year charged to taxpayers for trash pickup
  4. Disruptive activities in residential neighborhoods
SSDN_Facebook Post_Follow The Money

I’ve led the charge to get STVR’s under control.


Don’t be fooled by Todd Gloria, who recently transcribed most of my position on STVR’s onto his website (along with some carefully worded caveats). There’s a reason San Diego’s big STVR investors are backing him.

At least Scott Sherman doesn’t hide his unwillingness to regulate them. No nonsense.

From the mess on Ash Street, to scooters, to housing, to Balboa Park, it is amazing how Sherman and Gloria use different partisan political narratives to arrive at the same position.

That’s the power of special interests.

But here’s some common sense: Partisan affiliation in the City of San Diego and numerous public opinion polls confirm, Scott Sherman can’t beat Todd Gloria in November. It’s simple math.

That’s why some special interests are happy Scott Sherman is in the race. They know, a vote in the primary for Sherman ensures Gloria’s victory in November.

Don’t be fooled.

I’m the only candidate with the independence and experience to clean up the mess at City Hall and protect our neighborhoods!

Let's go!

Barbara Bry
Candidate for Mayor of San Diego

Powered by: