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Redevelopment critical to affordable housing
by Susan TinskySign On San Diego
February 27th, 2011
The San Diego Housing Federation executive director explains how redevelopment dollars invested in affordable housing can create jobs and stabilize communities.

Court: HUD-aided tenants stay when owner opts out
by Bob EgelkoThe San Francisco Chronicle
February 27th, 2011
Appeals court rules that landlords who want to drop out of the Section 8 program cannot evict tenants.

Ventura Council to consider new code enforcement rules
by Kevin ClericiVentura County Star
February 26th, 2011
Amnesty program would give landlords a grace period in which to make units legal and inhabitable and save money on fees.

Steve Martin fraudulently misleading voters
by Larry GrossWeHoNews.com
February 24th, 2011
Coalition for Economic Survival director Larry Gross calls out a candidate for West Hollywood City Council for passing himself off as a tenants' rights advocate.

KTLA Special Report: Surviving Slum-like Living Conditions
by KTLA NewsKTLA TV
February 24th, 2011
TT member organization Inner City Law Center takes on a Los Angeles slumlord who refuses to repair and maintain his property to basic living standards.

S.F. Prop. M rent reduction provision struck down
by Bob EgelkoSan Francisco Chronicle
February 24th, 2011
Court upholds most of the anti-harassment law, but rules that the rent board cannot reduce tenants' rent simply because their landlord harassed them.

At Rent Rally, Williams Says Cuomo, Bloomberg 'Disdain' Middle, Working Classes
by Amanda SterlingNew York Observer
February 24th, 2011
A New York City councilman leads the charge for protecting and expanding renters' rights, a day after protesting Chase bank mortgage practices.

Just Cause Gets EBMUD to Turn the Water Back On
by Jean TeppermanEast Bay Express
February 23rd, 2011
A new state law pushed by the tenant's rights group resulted in East Bay MUD keeping the water on in foreclosed buildings that still house renters.

A tale of two families: SLO County renters left adrift by foreclosures
by Bob CuddySanLouisObispo.com
February 22nd, 2011
After their landlords get default notices, some residents are forced out of their homes, despite having done nothing wrong.

U.S. Bank to Pay Almost $20,000 to SM Tenants
by Kurt Orzeck Santa Monica Patch
February 22nd, 2011
The deal is part of a settlement the bank finalized last week with the Santa Monica City Attorney.

Court slaps landlord who cheated tenants
by Bob EgelkoSan Francisco Chronicle
February 19th, 2011
Alameda County landlord loses his appeal of a decision that he defrauded tenants, so the $3 million judgment for the tenants stands.

O.C. rent hikes could be reality in 2011
by Jonathan LansnerThe Orange County Register
February 18th, 2011
Orange County rents that were down in recent years may be moving back up, some apartment trackers say.

U.S. Apartment Construction Climbs With More Renters
by Hui-yong YuBloomberg Businessweek
February 18th, 2011
Real estate firms respond to the foreclosure crisis by building more rental properties. They are betting rents will rise in the next 1 to 3 years.

Alan Styles: Apartment and condominium residents can recycle, too
by Alan StylesTheCalifornian.com
February 18th, 2011
Monterey County programs help renters in multi-unit buildings get on board with recycling.

Experian adds rental payment data to consumer credit files
by Becky YerakChicago Tribune
February 17th, 2011
RentBureau unit will provide data that could make it easier for college students, recent graduates, and immigrants to boost their credit scores.

Blaze the rent
by Faith MerinoSacramento News & Review
February 17th, 2011
Medical-cannabis-using tenants can be legally evicted, but most Sacramento landlords tend towards tolerance.

1,000 Stockton renters will get foreclosure warnings
by George WarrenNews 10 KXTV
February 17th, 2011
KXTV reports on TT's efforts to alert Stockton residents who are renting homes that may be in danger of going into foreclosure.

Steep Rent Increase Raises the Ire of Tenants of Nomad Village Mobile Home Park
by Sonia FernandezNoozhawk
February 17th, 2011
Mobile home park residents in Santa Barbara County contest a rent increase they believe violates the county's rent control ordinance.

Manufacturing Suburban Blight: How City Officials are Mischaracterizing Parkmerced to Justify its Demolition
by Dean PrestonBeyondChron
February 17th, 2011
TT's executive director calls out the San Francisco Planning Commission for violating its own rules in approving the questionable Parkmerced development project.

Monning bill lets cities recover costs of mobile home suits
by Jason HoppinMercury News
February 16th, 2011
Assemblymember Monning introduced a bill that allows governments to recover attorney's fees from mobilehome park owners who file unsuccessful challenges to local mobile home resident laws.

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