Downtown business owners, hotels aim to help homelessness

Visitors who come to downtown Atlanta may take notice of the homeless population.

Last month, three downtown hotels sent letters to Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, reporting an increase in complaints from guests.

Downtown condo owners showed FOX 5's Aungelique Proctor videos of homeless people sleeping in nearby parks or vagrant activity, like people jumping on cars.

Downtown business owner John Wilkins said, "I don't dislike homeless people, but it's a time where in my business where I gotta have a clean slate. People gotta feel comfortable and safe when they come down here".