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PROPOSED SANTA MONICA HOTEL ORDINANCE WOULD COST THE CITY MILLIONS AND BE DUPLICATIVE OF EXISTING LAWS, NEW REPORT FINDS

SANTA MONICA, CA. – A proposed hotel ordinance would cost the City of Santa Monica millions of dollars and would be duplicative of existing state law and hotel safety policies, according to a new impact analysis released by Capitol Matrix Consulting (CMC).

The report, commissioned by the Hotel Association of Los Angeles (HALA), explored the impacts of an upcoming City ordinance proposal — modeled after Long Beach’s flawed Measure WW – which would attempt to impose onerous and unnecessary requirements, training that is already required and unconventional housekeeper workload rules on

Source: PROPOSED SANTA MONICA HOTEL ORDINANCE WOULD COST THE CITY MILLIONS AND BE DUPLICATIVE OF EXISTING LAWS, NEW REPORT FINDS

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