Ward One Residents Association - October Membership Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Sveinn Storm of Storm Bros is now selling farm raised eggs and beef to raise funds for his 501c3 (Mission to Morazin / https://www.facebook.com/missiontomorazan)
How is an enclosed heated tent any different than eating inside the restaurant?
Increases their footprint and ability to provide socially distant tables.
And maintain same # of tables / customers per hour per normal ops
Is the City funding the purchase of the large tents? How is the City supporting businesses that do not have room for a large tent. Is this a bias for those that can accommodate a large tent?
A very nice mural! :)
A clarification... I believe that Airbnb collects the tax automatically if live outside of Annapolis but inside Anne Arundel county, but Airbnb does NOT collect the tax automatically if you live in the city.
Susan is 100% correct.
That you, Marty, for the confirmation, I appreciate it!
Annapolis Resident, full-time owner-occupied hosts have been complaining about how difficult it is to collect and remit the taxes on their own to the city. Just a comment!
its open along the side to the restaurant
and partially open along the severn street side
I mean the 5th street side. tables spaced at 8' or more.
I can further clarify on Air & city, I have had several exchanges with Jodee Dickinson (Finance dept)
I have been to Boatyard Grill and Dick Franyo says he plans to put heaters under his tents. are there plans to put heaters under the tents in Market Space?
S Rice recently said no CARES/city funds were available to support restaurants
Reminder if you haven’t answered our survey on ADUs to please jump on and do it here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScwaDQ8U7W0kl7XLRBgH4GLXozPBO-6ZZQFlnlbkQVJd4ZIQg/viewform?usp=sf_link
You have to engage "Host Professional Tools" with is an extra thing. After you do that, then Airbnb collects the tax and sends it to YOU, and then you remit it to the city.
Click on Occupancy Tax, and you will see.
again, Susan is right
And I really second Marty's comments also. Resident owner-occupied hosts are usually not business folk.
I have comments
Me too! :)
Does anyone else wish to make comments about ADUs before we review WORA’s survey responses?
Felicia Barlow Clar
They’re illegally on my street too.
Can I ask about these illegal ADUs? Is there no hope of grand-fathering in non-conforming housing? I ask because I know of some very nice houses that just have two kitchens for examples?
50/50 could not be more helpful! :)
Tell Alderman Gay!!!!! 50/50 is good.
Is there some possibility of sizing the ADU based on the undeveloped part of a lot?
On tax credit, if clear on offering 'affordable housing' they should receive a tax credit? thoughts?
makes no sense to have a tax credit then to have rent control
that is just a city paid for subsidy
to the owner
It is so sad that the ADU bill didn't pass, because refinance rates are so good right now. There really is a time pressure to pass that ADU bill (I think).
Despite the economic uncertainty of the pandemic, it really really really is a good time to build right now.
Felicia Barlow Clar