Matthew Doszkocs 
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Re: “With endless restaurant possibilities, Charleston always comes back for breakfast

Check out Broom Wagon Cafe in W.A. best waffles (and gluten free!) in Charleston, with homemade evrything.

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Posted by Matthew Doszkocs on July 12, 2018 at 6:53 AM

Re: “Charleston hardly comes out smelling like a rose after reluctant slavery apology

The City's government still operates on the same principals it has since the days when slavery was accepted and flourished. The elite manipulate laws in their favor at the expense of everyone else. Back then it was large plantation owners. These days its's hotel owners and developers. Yes the government owes an apology to African Americans for slavery. It also owes the people of Charleston today a change in campaign finance laws and in ethical behavior in general.

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Posted by Matthew Doszkocs on July 12, 2018 at 6:36 AM

Re: “Are short-term rentals really bad for Charleston?

I think it's very likely that the police did respond to Mr. Hendrix's call. He seems upset that livability did not act in the way he liked (largely because the City is still in the process of deciding on a new policy change).

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Posted by Matthew Doszkocs on July 30, 2017 at 3:37 PM

Re: “Are short-term rentals really bad for Charleston?

@EBF. You are wrong. A bed & breakfast is zoned residential, NOT commercial. If the owner lives onsite for at least 183 days per year, anyone can get a b&b license, South of the Crosstown that is. Why not north of the Crosstown or West Ashley, or J.I.? Why should I be denied a residential use of a residential home, just because I live north of this arbitrary line? I'll tell you why (according to the City and some of the task force members): No particular reason.

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Posted by Matthew Doszkocs on July 27, 2017 at 4:54 PM

Re: “Are short-term rentals really bad for Charleston?

@ Pat Hendrix: Regardless of what livability did io did not do for you regarding this one particular rental, I will repeat myself: Lee Batchelder explained at the most recent meeting of the task force that there have been ZERO (that's right ZERO) calls about owner-occupied B&B's. And yes making it illegal for me to run a b&b, a residentially zoned, older-than-Jesus traditional form of rental (the Inn of the X-mas story wasn't a Hyatt, I'm certain), this is akin to not allowing blacks, gays or anyone else to sit at lunch counters, stay at hotels, etc. Fear is ungodly and is what is tearing this community apart, not those of us can be responsible b&b owners. Charleston seems hell bent on letting fearful, uptight mostly-rich folks continue to violate people's basic rights, civil or property.

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Posted by Matthew Doszkocs on July 27, 2017 at 3:44 PM

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