Hotel California

This should turn all the hotels in Los Angeles into hostels. What will it do for the tourist industry in Los Angeles who employ 500,000?

On Friday, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted to leave it up voters to decide if hotels should be forced to provide unrented units to the city’s homeless.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDbCIzcCcyQ

Then when a paying customer wants the room how do you get them out and who has to clean up the mess like right now?

A visiting customer comes to a hotel with the intent he is in a safe zone, but his neighbors are unstable and homeless.

What could go wrong with that?

YR

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A visiting customer comes to a hotel with the intent he is in a safe zone, but his neighbors are unstable and homeless.

We traditionally make the same assumption about going to school or the mall. How’s that been working out in Shinyland lately?

Steve

hotels should be forced to provide unrented units to the city’s homeless.

13,769 San Jose homes were not occupied in 2020. Vacant properties.

Should home owners be forced to allow homeless to occupy their property?
What’s the difference forcing hotel owners to allow homeless occupation?

https://patch.com/california/campbell/san-jose-has-no-plans-…

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Next step, going after people renting their “extra spaces” on AirBnb and VRBO.

JLC

AirBnb and VRBO

Good point, what about all the vacation properties in the Virgin Islands? Most wealthy owners only use those properties for two months a year. Should we send the homeless to the Caribbean to live in Luxury Homes?

Should we send the homeless to the Caribbean to live in Luxury Homes?

If that’s gonna happen, then I think I’d sell my place and become homeless pretty quick!!

'38Packard

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