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Civil Grand Jury report rips Parkmerced plan
by Rebecca BoweSan Francisco Bay Guardian
May 17th, 2011
The Grand Jury says that the development plan does not guarantee that new housing will retain the same rent control provisions of the housing that is to be destroyed. No comment on the absurdity of demolishing housing in the first place.

City Council Rewind: Cabrillo Mobile Home Park Resident Sounds Off
by Jacob BourneCapitola-Soquel Patch
May 17th, 2011
Erving Richmond calls out both a mobile home park owner and the Capitola City Council for what he believes to be unethical behavior.

Local mobile home owners enjoy court victory
by Robert CuthbertCentral Coast Democrat Examiner
May 17th, 2011

Landlords and Tenants Bear Burden of Rising Prices
by Jason IslasThe Lookout News
May 17th, 2011
Santa Monica's Rent Control Board will consider increasing the city's rent ceiling. As it stands, a person would need to make $85,000 to afford a one-bedroom apartment, according to a government report.

Budget Compromise Slashes Funds for Organizations That Help Poor Deal With Predatory Lending, Domestic Violence, Foreclosures
by Marian WangAlterNet
May 16th, 2011
Budget cuts to legal aid organizations could mean even less help for low-income individuals dealing with predatory lending, landlord-tenant disputes or foreclosure.

U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Review Goleta Rent-Control Case
by Lara CooperNoozhawk
May 16th, 2011
The ruling is deemed a victory for mobile-home residents, but other legal challenges loom.

SoCal rents rise for 8th straight month
by Jon LansnerThe Orange County Register
May 15th, 2011
Other household costs have been increasing, too, prompting fears of inflation.

Recession makes renting a nightmare
by Nisa Islam MuhammadThe Final Call
May 14th, 2011
According to a report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition, American renters on average must earn over $20 an hour to afford a modest apartment, yet the average renter makes much less.

SAN JACINTO: Commission hears concerns about mobile home park status
by Gail WessonThe Press-Enterprise
May 13th, 2011
Pushed by park owners, the San Jacinto planning commission considers allowing the end of rent control at a mobile home park.

City Council Sends Crowds Home Happy with Decisions on Rent Control and Dialysis Clinic
by Jacob BourneCapitola-Soquel Patch
May 13th, 2011
Among other decisions, Capitola lawmakers approve rental subsidies to low-income residents of a mobile home park that recently lost rent control.

Eyes on blight: SB might join lawsuit against Deutsche Bank
by Rebecca U. ChoInland Valley Daily Bulletin
May 12th, 2011
Santa Barbara's city attorney considers whether to join the Los Angeles lawsuit against Deutsche Bank. The bank has paid $242,610 in administrative civil penalties on blighted homes in San Bernardino County.

Erosion of rent control shows waning political power of mobile-home owners
by Logan JenkinsSign On San Diego
May 11th, 2011
A San Diego columnist says the political climate has turned against mobile-home owners and now rests with the park owners.

Rental prices increase as economy sees influx of renters
by Eric Woomer Visalia Times-Delta
May 11th, 2011
The trend of increasing demand and decreasing supply of rental properties visits Tulare County.

Despite news stories reporting otherwise, landlords have it pretty good here in San Francisco
by Tim RedmondSan Francisco Bay Guardian
May 10th, 2011
San Francisco Bay Guardian editor Tim Redmond revisits -- and stands by -- his May 6 article, The Myth of the Poor Landlord.

Dario Pini Nominated to Landlord Hall of Shame
by Tyler HaydenSanta Barbara Independent
May 10th, 2011
A local story on Dario Pini, who earns the first Hall of Shame nominee of 2011 by racking up 800 building code violations.

Smoking could be restricted in apartments
by Patrick McGreevyLos Angeles Times
May 9th, 2011
SB 332, which would allow landlords to designate buildings as "non-smoking," passes the Senate and proceeds to the Assembly for a vote.

Approval of vacancy decontrol strikes fear in seniors
by Promise YeeThe Coast News
May 9th, 2011
Oceanside city council ignores the pleas of seniors, veterans, and working poor and votes to remove rent control from mobile home parks.

Smart Housing or is it high-rise development? San Franciscans ask
by Jonathan FarrellDigital Journal
May 8th, 2011
A reporter considers both sides of the Parkmerced debate and ultimately sees that the project is not necessarily what the developers say it is.

The myth of the poor landlord
by Tim RedmondSan Francisco Bay Guardian
May 6th, 2011
The San Francisco Bay Guardian responds to the Bay Citizen's anti-tenant column about a landlord lamenting his inability to evict tenants to install his son in a building.

Developer Proposes Six-Story Residential Complex on Old Dodge Dealership Site
by Stacie ChanRedwood City Patch
May 6th, 2011
If approved, the 260-unit residential complex on Veterans Boulevard will be LEED-certified and within walking distance of downtown Redwood City.

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