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  • dc matthews

    why are they allowing biz in residential and when OC is short on moderate income housing and a national embarrassment on affordable and veterans housing?

    1,388 Veterans are homeless in Orange County.
    Orange County has the 6th largest veteran population in the United States.
    4,500 Veterans are on waiting lists for affordable housing in Orange County.
    In Orange County 6,048 Veterans are unemployed at any one time.

    • LFOldTimer

      But no doubt at the Anaheim council meetings (like other council meetings throughout OC and the county supevisor meetings) all pols will stand, place their hands over their hearts and recite the Pledge of Allegiance – then go into gushing declarations of how grateful their are to our vets for their service. 😉

  • Charlotte Seidnematollah

    I am here to tell you these STR owners will say and do anything to get what they want. I have a ten bedroom Str Home behind my house and it is a nightmare that has destroyed the quality of my life. Believe me you do not want one of these vacation homes next to you. Imagine having a motel in your back yard all the time with a constant turnover every few days of many screaming vacationers. It is a nightmare that belongs in a motel not in your backyard or in your neighborhood. Keep your chin up Sherwood Village. Maybe our Anaheim City council will do the right thing and ban these nightmare STR’S.

  • David Zenger

    What a mess.

    These things need to be banned in Anaheim. Immediately.

  • Paul Lucas

    STRs are causing havoc everywhere.

  • LFOldTimer

    I feel for these people. Big money interests are moving in and ruining the traditional makeup of their neighborhoods which disturb their quality of life. This should be addressed by the Anaheim Council which should impose safeguards to protect their neighborhoods.
    I understand that some beach/resort communities (eg. Laguna Beach) experienced some similar problems with property owners doing weekly or monthly rentals for out-of-town tourists – that brought loud parties, parking problems, disturbances etc..with them. If I recall correctly the LB City Council stepped in and placed strong restrictions on the short-term rentals.
    If LB could do it – so can Anaheim.
    Good luck to the resident homeowners in Anaheim. You look like a very respectable group of citizens who deserve the respect of your City leaders.