The Disneyland Resort won’t build a 700-room luxury hotel after all. Disneyland notified the city of Anaheim of the project’s cancellation after rejecting tax incentives that would have possibly forced the company to pay a living wage to its employees. There was also a fight… Read More »The Luxury hotel once destined for Disneyland is officially canceled
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Workers at the Disneyland Resort will not receive a living wage that would start at $15 an hour and raise a $1 an hour through 2022 as promised by ballot measure up for vote on November 6. Union leaders worked hard to get a measure… Read More »City Attorney says Disneyland would be exempt from Anaheim living wage measure
Disneyland and its largest union recently agreed on a new contract that increases the starting wage for employees, eventually raising it to $15 an hour, ahead of when the state is scheduled to raise the minimum wage to that amount. One of the pressure tactics… Read More »Anaheim Ballot Measure L wants Living Wage for hospitality workers, but will it include Disneyland?
The squabble between Disneyland and the Anaheim City Council continues; this time with Disney putting construction of its new luxury resort hotel on hold indefinitely. The issue this time is a $267 million tax break the city council had granted Disneyland for the hotel, but… Read More »Squabble between Disneyland and the Anaheim City Council puts new Luxury hotel in jeopardy
The City of Anaheim’s Council has voted against Disney and other supporters of maintaining the Anaheim Resort District zoning, siding with a housing developer. The Los Angeles Times coverage is here, and the Orange County Register‘s coverage is here, with reader comments (some may be rude) below the article. From the Times: About 150 resort… Read More »Anaheim Vote Goes Against Disney