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SEC. 12.80.  HOMELESS SHELTERS – EMERGENCIES – CITY OWNED AND LEASED PROPERTY.
   (Amended by Ord. No. 186,339, Eff. 10/23/19.)
 
   Notwithstanding any provisions of this article to the contrary, during any period for which the Mayor and/or the City Council have declared a shelter crisis within the meaning of Government Code Sections 8698, et seq., a shelter for the homeless (as defined in Section 12.03 of this Code) may be established and operated on property owned or leased by the City of Los Angeles in any zone as a matter of right without regard to the number of beds or number of persons served.  Facilities used as a shelter for the homeless under this section must comply with the minimum building regulations set forth in Section 91.8605 of this Code, as it is currently written or as it may be amended in the future.  If the lot on which any such shelter is located does not have sufficient area to provide the number of parking spaces required by Section 12.21 A.4.(w) of this Code, then the number of spaces required shall be the number for which adequate area exists.  If insufficient area for any parking spaces exists on the lot, no spaces shall be required.