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Paloma Aguirre 13h
70% of residents are renters. Half of them pay + than 50% of their income in rent, leaving many☝🏽️rent-increase away from being displaced or becoming homeless. Join me & this Thu for a townhall on 🏠✊🏼✊✊🏾✊🏿
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Johanna Rasmussen 17h
Round Table Discussion this Friday!
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Max Vargas 3h
👏🏿👏🏾👏🏽👏🏼 Instituting effective immediately and unanimously. A first, but important step in protecting further displacement of in .
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Luis Alejo 7h
Replying to @SupervisorAlejo
I also asked for a FACT SHEET on the NEW law too that starts Jan. 1, 2020. BUT HERE IS A GREAT ONE ALREADY: LINK:
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Luis Alejo Nov 12
I’m quickly moving to have Monterey County adopt a Temporary Eviction Control Ordinance to prevent local families in unincorporated Monterey County from being evicted before a new state law goes into effect next yr. 🏠
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Sasha Perigo 16h
Last night ordinances that would have put a stay on evictions before takes effect in January failed in Peninsula cities Foster City and Burlingame. The vote was delayed further in Palo Alto. The only thing the suburbs hate more than apartments might be rent caps.
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RangerRick ن 19h
California Cities Find Themselves In An Eviction Crunch Less Than Two Months Before AB 1482 Begins
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Justin Bigelow Nov 15
Wait... Does this map help tell folks whether they’re single family rental is covered by anti-rent gouging?!
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Leadership Counsel Nov 16
Kicking off our weekend with San Joaquin Valley leaders talking affordable housing, tenant protections and .
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elana eden Nov 12
💫SoCal/LA County tenants:💫 Here's a tracker of all the municipalities that have passed, or are considering, emergency tenant protections ahead of . Continually editing—please share your updates & insights! (And let's get more cities on board!)
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The Modern Times of Long Beach Nov 12
Highlights: LB City Council meeting: 🔺Council passed a temporary ordinance halting no-fault evictions until becomes law 🔺Council approved adding 1% hotel tax to the March ballot 🔺Council talked about a message system to inform residents when street sweepers are nearby
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Joe Brizzolara Nov 16
Replying to @BrizzolaraJoe
Cheers for , the anti-rent gouging bill recently passed, which Bonta co-sponsored along with Asm David Chiu
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Christopher Sohaey Nov 15
the tenant protection act could be the worse bill I have ever seen. It does nothing but hurt tenants, small businesses, and punishes CA landlords and property owners. Rent Control my foot.
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Christopher Sohaey Nov 18
Excellent presentation from Government affairs regarding the rent control bill passed. The attorney was fantastic.
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Tenants Together Nov 15
Who wants to join Hannah in Tracy in fighting back against these unfair evictions and rent increases? She's organizing for an emergency moratorium in Tracy and San Joaquin County.
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John E. Kindred Nov 13
: The City of Long Beach unanimously passes a temporary ordinance stopping no fault evictions and notices until beco…
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Tenants Together Nov 12
TONIGHT on city council agendas for local moratoriums on rent increases & evictions before goes into effect: Alhambra, Menlo Park, Downey, Gardena, San Carlos, Maywood, and hopefully more! 👀 Will they be added to the list? 👀
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Housing Is A Human Right Nov 11
, ! Tmrw, 7:30 p.m., the Gardena City Council will decide whether or not to enact an emergency moratorium on all no-fault evictions. Unscrupulous landlords have been evicting and gouging tenants en masse since Gov Newsom signed , the anti-gouging bill.
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VoiceWaves 13h
In case you missed it: City Council passed an emergency ordinance to protect tenants from without "just cause." The ordinance lasts until Dec. 31, just one day before , 's rent cap bill, takes effect on Jan. 1.
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WARREN SLOCUM 9h
Our Board on a 4-1 vote has protected the most vulnerable at-risk from , passing a stop-gap until protections go into effect on 1/1/20.
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