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White House Takes on Non-Compete Agreements, Potentially Hurting Home-Based Care Employers – Home Health Care News

White House Takes on Non-Compete Agreements, Potentially Hurting Home-Based Care Employers.

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San Diego City Council approves hotel purchases for homeless housing

San Diego City Council members on Tuesday unanimously approved the purchase of two hotels that within two months could become permanent homes for 400 people now at a temporary shelter at the Convention Center.

While no one knows when the venue again will be used for conventions, ending the shelter prepares the city for when that day finally comes. The city opened the shelter in April out of fears that

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San Diego City Council to purchase 2 hotels for homeless housing

SAN DIEGO — The San Diego City Council took a major step Tuesday in its fight against homelessness, approving the purchase of two former hotel properties to create 332 permanent units for more than 400 San Diegans currently experiencing homelessness.

The council, which voted 9-0, approved spending $67 million for a former Residence Inn in the Hotel Circle area and $39.5 million for a former Residence Inn in the Kearny

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San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer pushes for project to turn hotels in homeless housing

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – The City Council is expected to decide on a proposal that would turn two purchased hotels into housing for San Diego’s homeless, and on Monday, Mayor Kevin Faulconer made a push in favor of the plan.

Part of California’s Project Homekey includes an initiative to provide more homeless Californians with permanent housing amid the COVID-19 crisis. The project’s budget is $600 million, with $37 million for

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City leaders, San Diego Housing Commission push to transform hotels into housing for homeless

The city said the transformation would allow for 332 units to become housing for people experiencing homelessness.

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — City leaders and the San Diego Housing Commission are looking for approval to purchase both the Residence Inn on Kearny Mesa Road and the one on Hotel Circle in Mission Valley to increase housing for people experiencing homelessness in San Diego county, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

On

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Candidates For San Diego City Council District 1 Disagree On Short-Term Rentals

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Above: A sign lays on the ground with its message in opposition of short term vacation rentals, July 17, 2018.

Though it’s officially non-partisan, the San Diego City Council will stay in control of Democrats after the November election. Only two out of the five open council seats feature races between a Republican and a Democrat.

One of them is San Diego City Council District One.

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San Diego Sonder apartment-style hotel review

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Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, I’ve been very selective with the accommodations I’m willing to stay in during my travels.

And as a travel writer, I’ve generally looked for hotels with stringent COVID policies or private vacation rentals where I don’t have to worry about coming in contact with other

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San Diego City one step closer to paying $106.5M for hotels to house the homeless

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – The City of San Diego is one step closer to approving the $106.5M purchase of two hotels to permanently house homeless people living in the convention center.

When the pandemic hit in March, the Bridge Shelters and Golden Hall were cleared out and about a thousand people were brought into the convention center, according to the mayor’s office.

The emergency setup allowed for proper social distancing,

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Living Room Play Festival, Trash Lamb Gallery, FilAmFest And More

This weekend in San Diego arts, celebrate the pandemic Zoom play phenomenon, take in a dance film, check out a brand new South Park art space, discover new literature and so much more.

Credit: Melody Jean Moulton

Above: “Last Year’s Man, 2010” is a work of hand-cut paper collage by Melody Jean Moulton in Trash Lamb Gallery’s inaugural exhibition, “Mutual Chaos,” now on view in person and online.

If last

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San Diego Housing Commission’s plan to buy hotels for homeless population concerns some neighbors

SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Housing Commission is getting closer to finalizing the purchase of two hotels in an effort to house the San Diego area’s homeless. However, some residents are raising concerns about the project, saying they were never given the opportunity to ask questions or voice their concerns.

“It’s exactly right next door,” said Sam Catalano.

Catalano feels blindsided after having just found out San Diego officials

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Battle for San Diego mayor focuses on housing, vacation rentals, future of sports arena area

Two candidates battling to become San Diego’s first new mayor since 2014 have starkly different views on solving the city’s housing crisis, homelessness, vacation rentals, transportation challenges and revamping the sports arena neighborhood.

Assemblyman Todd Gloria and Councilwoman Barbara Bry are both Democrats, so they have similar views on many issues, including support for law enforcement reform, the city’s climate action plan and efforts to boost racial equity.

But some

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San Diego pandemic parties renew short-term rental debate

More than 780 people in San Diego have died from the coronavirus, but that hasn’t stopped people who are looking to party.

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — Assemblyman Todd Gloria and Councilwoman Barbara Bry, who face off for San Diego mayor in November, called each other out over short-term vacation rentals Wednesday following an inewsource investigation of pandemic parties at a downtown high-rise.

Gloria issued a statement about the wild

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Manifest Travel Club Launches Three New Chapters in Santa Barbara, San Diego and Phoenix

Lifestyle Club Provides Custom-Crafted Getaways to Unique U.S. Destinations Paired with Private Plane Service

Manifest, the exclusive, chapter-based lifestyle and travel club that provides custom-crafted getaways to unique destinations within the U.S. paired with private plane service, announced today the launch of three new chapters in Santa Barbara and San Diego, California; as well as Phoenix, Arizona. Founded by Jeff Potter, former CEO of Frontier Airlines and

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Are buying hotels in San Diego for homeless people a good use of funds?

The San Diego Housing Commission voted recently to buy two hotels to house homeless people now living in the temporary shelter in the Convention Center.

The plan to purchase Marriott Residence Inns in Mission Valley and Kearny Mesa for about $106.5 million comes from a variety of federal and state programs. Part will be from the state’s Project Homekey fund, money set aside for specifically housing homeless people at high

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Battle for San Diego city attorney focuses on character, vacation rentals, Ash Street high-rise

The two candidates battling for San Diego city attorney are attacking each other’s character and debating an array of issues, including short-term vacation rentals, police reform and the purchase of a downtown high-rise filled with asbestos.

Challenger Cory Briggs says incumbent Mara Elliott is corrupt and incompetent, while he describes himself as ethical, competent and transparent. He also calls himself a far superior advocate for ordinary taxpayers.

Elliott says Briggs

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Is buying hotels in San Diego for homeless people a good use of funds?

The San Diego Housing Commission voted recently to buy two hotels to house homeless people now living in the temporary shelter in the Convention Center.



a house that has a sign on the side of a building: The Residence Inn by Marriott on Kearny Mesa road. The San Diego Housing Commission plans to purchase two Marriott hotels to convert them into permanent housing for homeless people. (Kristian Carreon/For the San Diego Union-Tribune)


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The Residence Inn by Marriott on Kearny Mesa road. The San Diego Housing Commission plans to purchase two Marriott hotels to convert them into permanent housing for homeless people. (Kristian Carreon/For the San Diego Union-Tribune)

The plan to

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State Gives San Diego $37.7M To Purchase 2 Hotels For Housing

SAN DIEGO, CA — Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday the state will send $37.7 million to support San Diego’s proposed purchase of two hotels to provide more than 330 rental housing units for San Diegans experiencing homelessness.

The funds — part of the state’s Project Homekey — will go toward the purchase of the Residence Inn Hotel Circle and Residence Inn Kearny Mesa, to be considered by the San Diego

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State gives San Diego $37.7 million to purchase hotels for housing homeless

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday the state will send $37.7 million to support San Diego’s proposed purchase of two hotels to provide more than 330 rental housing units for San Diegans experiencing homelessness.

The funds — part of the state’s Project Homekey — will go toward the purchase of the Residence Inn Hotel Circle and Residence Inn Kearny Mesa, to be considered by the San Diego

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State gives San Diego $37.7 million to purchase 2 hotels for housing

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday the state will send $37.7 million to support San Diego’s proposed purchase of two hotels to provide more than 330 rental housing units for San Diegans experiencing homelessness.

The funds — part of the state’s Project Homekey — will go toward the purchase of the Residence Inn Hotel Circle and Residence Inn Kearny Mesa, to be considered by the San Diego

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