Join us in Culver city on Thursday, 3/08 from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm for candidate interviews for the Culver City Council race and Assembly District 54 race. We will be holding individual interviews with a pre-determined slate of housing questions for each candidate. AAGLA members are welcome to attend and observe. Attendance is free, but space is extremely limited. You must RSVP no later than Wednesday, 3/07 via email to Janet M. Gagnon, Esq. at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, member number and phone number to attend. The address will be provided once your RSVP is received.
Glendale Glendale City Council will be considering a proposed Right to Lease ordinance on Tuesday, 3/06 starting at 6:00 pm located at 613 E. Broadway, 2nd Floor, Glendale. The proposed ordinance would require owners to provide a 1 year written lease to prospective tenants with a 1 year tenant renewal option. The rental rate for the second year could be higher, but would need to be specified in original lease. The agenda for this meeting will be posted on the City Council's website by Friday evening, 3/02. West Hollywood A. The West Hollywood City Council will be considering 4 rental housing issues on Monday, 3/05 starting at 6:00 pm located at 625 N. San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood Park public meeting room. 1) Support repeal of Costa Hawkins (Item 2V). The City's staff is recommending that the City support repeal of Costa Hawkins, which is a current state law. Costa Hawkins protects owners from overly aggressive local rent control ordinances. It prohibits rent control on buildings from 1995 to present. Also, it requires that local governments allow "vacancy decontrol", which means that for rent controlled units the owner can raise the rent to market rate after the current tenant vacates. In addition, it prevents rent control of single family homes and condominiums. 2) Finalize the creation of a new "home sharing" ordinance (Item . The City Council had been working [...]
Registration season for all multi-housing and properties subject to the Rent Stabilization Ordinance in the City of Los Angeles (RSO) began in January
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