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San Francisco’s poor street conditions are a factor in the city’s net loss of $64M, Oracle tech conference: report

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Oracle, a major Silicon Valley tech company, has moved its annual OpenWorld conference, held in Las Vegas next year as a result of San Francisco, it is a good hotel for the price, with the city’s “poor street conditions,” according to the report.

The loss of OpenWorld, which is being held in San Francisco for about 20 years, with the increase of the new concerns about whether the city’s struggle with homelessness, open drug use, and violence in the streets can deter tourism, and in other cases, the San Francisco Chronicle.

“For the industry, for the city, a great conference, and let us impacts all of us,” Kevin Carroll, the chief executive of the Council, of San Francisco, who is representing the owner of the hotel, told the newspaper.

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“It’s a huge deal,” said Rick Swig, a hotel consultant RSBA & Associates.

Oracle has decided to pull out, even though San Francisco has recently invested a total of $551 million euros in the renovation and expansion of the city center, the Moscone Center, the convention facility, where OpenWorld was being held for the year, the Chronicle reported.

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With the loss, the conference is expected to cost the city an estimated $64 million in annual economic activity for the San Francisco Travel Association (SFTA), said in an e-mail obtained by CNBC.

OpenWorld and brought around 60,000 people to attend the conference each year, the Chronicle reported.

However, many of the participants had complained to the city, the hotel’s rates, and the poor street conditions, and the SFTA’s e-mail said, according to CNBC.

Oracle’s focus is on the move in a statement to Fox News.

“Oracle is pleased to offer a modern, state-of-the-art experience for attendees at Oracle OpenWorld and the Code from One to 2020 in Las Vegas,” the company statement said. “The city and its facilities are tailor-made for hosting large-scale events, and we look forward to providing the industry’s most comprehensive technology and development have been held in the nation’s most well-known hospitality of the destination. Oracle continues to enjoy a strong relationship with the City of San Francisco, and with our partners, such as the San Francisco Giants and the Golden State Warriors. We look forward to working together with our many years as colleagues in San Francisco for events in the future.”

San Francisco is considered to be the nation’s fourth most expensive market for hotel rooms, behind Philadelphia, Boston, and San Jose, Calif., according to a survey conducted in October by the Cheaphotels.org. While in San Francisco, on average, with a rate of $ 214 per night for a double room, three-star-quality, same room type, on average, about $69 per night in Las Vegas, the survey said.

Oracle then moved the event to Las Vegas on a three-year contract with the conference, will be held at the Caesar’s Forum, a convention facility, scheduled to open in 2020 and is on The Strip.

San Francisco and other major cities and towns in California, having been President, He and the other Republicans as examples of dysfunction, that they argue, is created by a the Golden State’s Democratic-controlled governments at the state and local level.

On Monday, a transient had been sentenced for a fatal shooting at a homeless camp in sacramento has been sentenced to 118 years in prison.

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Last week, a neighborhood group in San Francisco to kick off a privately funded program, in order to have the ability to improve the washing of human and animal wastes, from local sidewalks.

In Oakland, people have been posting massive logs around the city in a bid to discourage the transients from setting up camp in the vicinity of the local businesses.

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The quote is the problem with the homeless, and former congressional candidate, James Veltmeyer recently launched an effort to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom, a former mayor of San Francisco, who later became a governor in January, after their election in November last year.

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