Morro Bay is moving forward with new vacation rental law. Here are the details

After significant public debate, the Morro Bay City Council is moving forward with new regulations for short-term vacation rentals.

The city hopes to balance business interests and property rights with neighborhood concerns.

At its Sept. 22 meeting, the City Council formed a framework around a new city policy, revising its cap on the number of homes that can be used as vacation rentals from 250 to 175.

The council is

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Moving homelss into hotels slowed COVID-19 spread, WA study says

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The University of Washington did a study on the homeless initiative that moved homeless people into four King County hotels.

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Early on in the coronavirus pandemic, some cities in King County decided to move people out of homeless shelters and into hotels.

Researchers with the University of Washington conducted a study with the King County Department of Community and Human Services and determined the initiative helped

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Couple in their sixties find love after moving into same accommodation

This couple found love in their sixties (Picture: PA Real Life)

A couple who moved into sheltered accommodation in their sixties fell for each other when their eyes met over the handlebars of a mobility scooter.

Trisha Green, 61, moved into Seagrave Court, an independent living scheme in Nottingham, after developing fibromyalgia – a long-term condition that causes pain all over the body – in her 50s.

After a few

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Morrison government to announce new tax breaks designed to get the economy moving in a Covid world

Video: Andrews government increases extreme hardship payments to $800 (Sky News Australia)

Andrews government increases extreme hardship payments to $800

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The Morrison government will use next week’s budget to remove the 47% fringe benefits tax (FBT) impost on the retraining businesses give redundant or redeployed workers, and extend some tax concessions for businesses with a turnover of between $10m and $50m.



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Pension Funds Around The World Moving To Abandon Investments In Fossil Fuels

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  • The New Jersey bill mandates total divestment from coal companies within two years
  • New Jersey Treasury Department, which administers the pension fund, opposes the divestment bill
  • The oil and gas sector now only accounts for about 2.5% of the market cap of the S&P 500 index

The State of New Jersey may soon order its state pension fund to divest from fossil fuels, following a long list of

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New York Film Festival Chiefs on Moving Forward During COVID-19: ‘Nothing Was the Same’

The 58th edition of the New York Film Festival is unlike any of the previous 57 iterations. Coronavirus restrictions on public gatherings forced the festival’s organizers to overhaul their usual approach to highlighting the best of cinema. Gone are the red carpets, glitzy parties, and celebrity-packed premieres at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, a casualty of a global pandemic that has simultaneously upended awards season and forced many studios to

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PPHE Hotel Group (LON:PPH) Stock Price Crosses Below 200 Day Moving Average of $1,112.92

PPHE Hotel Group Ltd (LON:PPH) shares crossed below its 200-day moving average during trading on Monday . The stock has a 200-day moving average of $1,112.92 and traded as low as $940.00. PPHE Hotel Group shares last traded at $948.00, with a volume of 14,182 shares traded.

Several research firms have recently weighed in on PPH. Jefferies Financial Group lowered PPHE Hotel Group to a “hold” rating and reduced their

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S.F. to begin moving homeless out of hotels soon

San Francisco’s program to house the homeless in hotels is stretching its already strapped budget, with monthly costs topping $18 million, although the federal government is expected to pay for 75% of it.

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Moving towards EU-wide traffic light system for travel

The Government is currently working towards the adoption of an EU-wide traffic light system that aims to gradually open up travel across the EU in the coming months.

Under the proposals, different countries would be ascribed a particular colour — green, orange, or red — depending on the incidence of Covid-19. This plan is being fine-tuned at EU level, with the expectation that it will be ready for roll-out

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