Government Control Is Not the Answer
If you are an AirBNB host you know that Los Angeles is trying to outlaw AirBNB. Is government control really the answer for this?
Maybe if California wasn’t so absurd with the tenant landlord laws giving all the rights to the tenants and leaving the landlords left for dead people wouldn’t want to do AirBNB as much!
How did California get so messed up? Why is our government so messed up compared to other states?
Go to http://www.LAHD.com for more information.
Here is the notice of public hearing:
This notice is to inform you of a public hearing for case number CPC-2016-1243-CA, a proposed zoning code amendment that has been initiated by the Department of City Planning. All interested persons are invited to attend the public hearing at City Planning Commission at which you may listen, speak, or submit written information relating to the proposed project.
PLACE: Deaton Auditorium
100 W. 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
TIME: Saturday, May 21 2016, 10:00am
LAST DAY TO ADDRESS COMMENTS TO STAFF: JUNE 6, 2016
After this date, comments are be addressed to the City to Planning Commission
STAFF: Matthew Glesne: email@example.com, 213-978-2666
PROPOSED PROJECT: An ordinance amending Sections 12.03, 12.22, 12.24, 19.01 and 21.7.2 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code; and amending Section 5.522 imposing regulations to permit sharing of one’s primary residence with transient guests, establishing an application fee and administrative fines for Home-Sharing, and directing Transient Occupancy Taxes derived from Home-Sharing to the Affordable Housing Trust Fund.
PURPOSE: The purpose of the hearing is to obtain testimony from affected and/or interested persons regarding this project. The hearing will be conducted by the City Planning Commission, who will consider all the testimony presented at that time and any written communication received prior to or at the hearing from affected and/or interested persons regarding this proposed code amendment, as well as the merits of the draft ordinance as it relates to existing land use regulations.
EXHAUSTION OF ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDIES: If you challenge a City action in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence on these matters delivered to the Department before the action on this matter. Any written correspondence delivered to the Department before the action on this matter will become a part of the administrative record. Note: This may not be the last hearing on this matter.
ADVICE TO PUBLIC: The exact time this report will be considered during the meeting is uncertain since there may be several other items on the agenda.
WRITTEN COMMUNICATION: Written communications should cite the Case Number indicated at the top of this notice and may be mailed to the attention of the staff contact identified above at the Los Angeles Department of City Planning, Citywide Section, City Hall – Room 278, 200 North Spring Street, Los Angeles CA 90012.
REVIEW OF THE FILE: The complete file including application and an environmental assessment is available for public review at the Department of City Planning, City Hall – Room 278, 200 North Spring Street, Los Angeles CA 90012 between the hours of 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Please call the staff contact indicated at the top of this notice several days in advance to assure its availability. Case files will not be available for inspection on the day of the hearing.
ACCOMMODATIONS: As a covered entity under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of disability. The hearing facility and its parking are wheelchair accessible. Sign language interpreters, assistive listening devices, or other auxiliary aids and/or services may be provided upon request. Como entidad cubierta bajo el Título II del Acto de los Americanos con Desabilidades, la Ciudad de Los Angeles no discrimina. La facilidad donde la junta se llevará a cabo y su estacionamiento son accesibles para sillas de ruedas. Traductores de Lengua de Muestra, dispositivos de oído, u otras ayudas auxiliaries se pueden hacer disponibles si usted las pide en avance.
Other services, such as translation between English and other languages, may also be provided upon request. Otros servicios, como traducción de Inglés a otros idiomas, también pueden hacerse disponibles si usted los pide en avance.
To ensure availability or services, please make your request no later than three working days (72 hours) prior to the hearing by calling the staff person referenced in this notice. Para asegurar la disponibilidad de éstos servicios, por favor haga su petición al mínimo de tres días (72 horas) antes de la reunión, llamando a la persona del personal mencionada en este aviso.
Read this as well:
An ordinance amending Sections 12.03, 12.22, 12.24, 19.01 and 21.7.2 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code; and amending Section 5.522 imposing regulations to permit sharing of one’s primary residence, establishing an application fee and administrative fines for Home-Sharing, and directing Transient Occupancy Taxes derived from Home-Sharing to the Affordable Housing Trust Fund.
THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS:
Section 1. The definition of Accessory Use in Section 12.03 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code is amended to include:
The use of a Primary Residence for the purposes of Home-Sharing shall be considered accessory to a residential use.
Section 2. The definition of Home-Sharing is added to Section 12.03 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code to read:
HOME-SHARING. An accessory use of a Host’s Primary Residence for the purposes of providing temporary lodging, for compensation, for periods of 30 consecutive days or less.
Section 3. Section 12.22 A of the Los Angeles Municipal Code is added to read as follows
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