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required by Chapter 41 of the S.F. Administrative Code, such as the Certificate of Use, filed Annual Unit Usage Reports and Complaint Tracking Data regarding enforcement activities. Within the last five years, no winter rentals have been applied for pursuant to Sections 41.19(a) (3) and 41.19(c) of Chapter 41of the S.F. Administrative Code. Funds deposited into the San Francisco Residential Hotel Preservation Fund Account are transmitted to the Mayor’s Office of Housing for disbursal pursuant to Section 41.13 of the Chapter 41 of the S.F. Administrative Code. During this fiscal year one Permit to Convert was approved which required replacement housing fees to be deposited in the San Francisco Residential Hotel Preservation Fund Account. Summary Of Enforcement Efforts: Delinquent notices are sent to those residential hotel owners/operators who have not filed their Annual Unit Usage Report (due November 1, every year) or are missing other historical information. HCO ANNUAL REPORTING HIGHLIGHTS Total Number of Residential Hotel Buildings Total Number of Residential Hotel Buildings (Required to file an Annual Unit Usage Report) Residential Hotels offering services: (Include Maid Service, Linen Service, Security Service, Intercom System, Meal Service, Utilities Paid and Other) Total Number of Residential Guest Rooms: (Protected by the HCO to be conserved) Total Number of Residential Guest Rooms: (Reported as occupied by the Annual Unit Usage Report) Residential Guest Room (Overall) Average Rent: HCO Violations Complaints received: Complaints abated: (Includes cases initiated from the previous year) 2013-2014 501 414 2014-2015 501 412 325 146 19,008 19,112 10,865 7,999 $536 $825 5 2 16 0 Residential Guest Rooms Converted: (Through the Permit to Convert Process) (Through the Building Permit Process only) 0 0 TOTAL Residential Units temporarily unavailable or adversely effected by fire: 55 390 DBI FY 2014 – 2015 Annual Report 45