HOUSTON (KTRK) -- At least one city leader is questioning the Red Cross's choice of hotels while coming to Houston to help with Harvey relief. City Councilman Dave Martin dubbed the charity the "Red Loss." He made the point last week at city hall, claiming he hadn't seen the charity in his district. Five days later, they still haven't shown up in Kingwood, Martin claims. Flood victims like Ronald Leggett, who live in Kingwood echo Martin's complaints. "I haven't seen them," Leggett said. "I've been here almost every day." But that's not what really has Martin upset. Some of the luckiest Red Cross volunteers are staying the night at the St. Regis Hotel, one of the city's finest 5-star places to spend the night. ABC13 Investigates found Red Cross vans parked outside the hotel along the street in an area marked for limousines over the weekend. The Red Cross admits it had 20 volunteers staying there for days on end, due to "limited availability" they say, in the Houston area. (Excerpt) Read more at abc13.com ... 5 E'fing stars - nut'ns too good for the RC. A pox on the lot of 'em. /.