A flyer circulated among Sunset neighborhood residents categorizes THC’s attempt to stop the illegal conversion of the Beach Motel as a project that will house felons and lead to increased homelessness.
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Stop the Beach Motel Conversion!!
The Tenderloin Housing Clinic is at it again – Attacking our neighborhood!
It is trying to force the owner of the Beach Motel at 4201 Judah Street to run the motel as a group home, housing welfare recipients or felons. The homeless population and crime in our area could drastically increase!
- In 1991, Randy Shaw and the Tenderloin Housing Clinic tried to force the owners of the Beach Motel to rent rooms to homeless people and welfare recipients.
- The California Superior Court said that the Beach Motel was NOT a group housing center and had a right to keep running the business the same way it had been running for 30 years – as a tourist motel.
- With the community’s support, we’ve successfully kept the Tenderloin Housing Clinic out for 15 years. But now this homeless rights organization and the City bureaucracy are trying once again to destroy this neighbor’s livelihood and our neighborhood’s character.
You can protest this conversion in person at:
The Board of Appeals Hearing
5:00 PM – Wednesday, April 11
City Hall, Room 416
or fax Supervisor Carmen Chu at: 554-7432 or email: Carmen.Chu@sfgov.org
or fax Board of Appeals Executive Director Cynthia Goldstein at: 575-6885
or email: Cynthia. Goldstein@sfgov.org
For more info, email: StopTheBeachConversion@gmail.com