Today! Over 400 Expected at Anaheim City Hall for Decisive Vote to Ban Short Term Rentals

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Anaheim residents to protest housing crisis before vote on short-term rentals
Over 200 community members to demand ban on short-term rentals at Special City Council meeting
WHAT: Hundreds of Anaheim residents and supporters will picket City Hall in advance of the Special City Council Meeting on Wednesday. They are asking City Council to ban short-term rentals because of their negative impacts on residential neighborhoods and the availability of housing. WHEN: Wednesday, June 29
Picketing starts 4:00 p.m., Council meeting starts at 5 p.m.
WHERE: Anaheim City Hall
200 S Anaheim Blvd.

Coalition to call on City Council to take action on short­term rentals in Anaheim

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Homeowners, neighbors and hotel workers demonstrate for legally enforceable policy to protect neighborhoods

W H A T:

Press Conference about the community impact of short-term rentals, the struggle to withstand their negative effects, and policy proposals to address these problems.

WHO: A​naheim homeowners and renters, hotel workers, UNITE HERE Local 11, and Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development (OCCORD).

Assemblyman Travis Allen Stands in Support of Homeowners and Property Rights

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TRAVIS ALLEN
ASSEMBLYMAN, 72nd DISTRICT

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September 17, 2015 (916) 319-2072

Assemblyman Travis Allen Stands in Support of Homeowners and Property Rights
In response to Santa Ana’s moratorium on short-term rentals like those arranged through Airbnb

SACRAMENTO – Today, Assemblyman Travis Allen (R-Huntington Beach) released the following statement expressing support for homeowner and property rights against government overreach and stifling of California’s revolutionary tech industry.