Glendale Rent Control Campaign Falls Short for 2020 Election


Glendale Rent Control Campaign Falls Short for 2020 Election

2018-08-07T16:35:20+00:00August 7th, 2018|Local Updates, National Updates|

“Supporters of a Glendale rent control initiative announced Monday, Aug. 6 they gathered less than half the needed signatures needed to get a referendum on the 2020 ballot. The campaign needed to turn in 10,529 signatures by Monday to qualify for the next election after this November’s voting. But supporters garnered 4,000, a statement by the Glendale Tenants Union said. The campaign already had missed a deadline to get the measure before voters this November. Mike Van Gorder, a tenants union leader, said his group nonetheless plans to keep up the pressure on the Glendale City Council to enact rent control.

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