AAHOA Statement on Los Angeles City Council Hearing Hotel Land Use and Replacement Housing Requirements Ordinance
AAHOA | August 8, 2022
ATLANTA, Ga., Aug. 8 – AAHOA, the nation’s largest hotel owners association, commends the Los Angeles City Council’s vote on the controversial land use ordinance. The ordinance, “Hotel Land Use and Replacement Housing Requirements,” requires hotels to allocate vacant rooms to city residents experiencing homelessness. Unfortunately, placing unsheltered individuals next to paying guests will not solve the city’s rampant homeless issue but rather place the immense burden of this devastating, pervasive crisis on the doorstep of the hotel industry. This creates serious safety concerns for guests, housekeepers, and all hotel staff. Hot...
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