This decision upholds Palm Springs’ ordinance allowing short term rentals of dwellings in areas designated for residential use under its zoning ordinance. The decision first points out that even if the short term rental ordinance conflicted with the zoning ordinance, it would not be invalidated as a result. Both ordinances were enacted by the same city council and have the same force as ordinances. If there were an irreconcilable conflict between the two, the more recently enacted ordinance would prevail. Furthermore, there is no conflict because short-term rental is no more a “commercial” use of the property than a long-term rental would be, and long-term rentals in residential areas had traditionally been permitted. The use is as a residence even if the owner earns money as a result.