Renovations on residential hotels continue as they’ve become part of the City’s Modified Payment Program. Tenderloin Housing Clinic vows that no rooms on the MPP will have code violations.
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Renovation Work Under Way In Hotels
What’s Happening in the Hotels
Work began on the Sunnyside and Jefferson Hotel restoration project on January 22nd, and will continue through the month of February. Foreman Joe Jordan has been very enthusiastic about his work crew, who are proving that GA folks will do quality work if given a chance. In a few months, the residents of these two hotels will have first-class rooms, improved bathrooms and new lobbies. Watch out – your room may be next!
Once again, we’re looking for GA folks to help us improve the hotels. Ombudspeople are those heroic folks who monitor conditions and mediate disputes in our hotels. If you are a good tenant with a strong personality and a concern for the quality of life in low-income housing, we may have a part-time job for you. We need reliable folks who do not abuse their substances, or anyone else’s. See Jamie at the Clinic.
THE CLINIC GUARANTEE: No Rooms On The Modified Payments Program Will Have Code Violations
If you have a problem with the physical conditions of your room, tell our legal staff and we will have it corrected. If the landlord does not correct it within a reasonable time, we will either have it corrected for you, make a deduction from your rent, or, if you want, move you to another hotel. We can’t help you if you don’t tell us about your problem – so don’t give up and drop off the program, let us know!