- Projects like the proposed Adams Morgan hotel not only doesn't expand affordable housing it threatens what affordability and diversity we have remaining.
- The City is finding money and tax breaks for luxury hotels while they are cutting Homeless centers, cutting TANF, and other social services geared towards DC's working-poor and families. This is a great paradox of City spending priorities and is not acceptable.
- Planning of any project, including this proposed hotel project, cannot allow the voices of those who will be most directly impacted be left out of the conversation almost entirely just because they are immigrant families and small business owners. This is discrimination and is inappropriate for planning in the 21st century in the Nation's Capital.
More information about the hotel and opponents' views are on the NoAdMoHotel website.