Anaheim (CA) Neighborhood Has Become a Cautionary Tale of Sharing Economy

Just two years ago Anaheim’s Sherwood Village was a sleepy community of town homes near Disneyland — a typical Orange County suburb where neighbors for the most part knew each other and the streets were pretty much quiet by sundown.    Read the article……….


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