Colin Stutz

Los Feliz Ledger

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The Los Angeles Department of City Planning sent out a memo recently making it clear that short-term rentals are illegal in most of the city’s residential areas.

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The Los Angeles Department of City Planning sent out a memo recently making it clear that short-term rentals are illegal in most of the city’s residential areas.

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