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Jaws Drop as City Council Motions to Postpone Rent Control
by Corinne SpeckertCapitola-Soquel Patch
August 26th, 2011
Capitola City Council votes to postpone the issue of rent control until its Sept. 8 meeting because one council member - a rent control supporter - is absent.

Rent a Little High For You? You're Not Alone: Rents Have Gone up For 11th Straight Month in Southern California
by Dennis RomeroLA Weekly
August 25th, 2011
Rent in SoCal went up 1.4 percent for the average non-home-owner in July, according to the latest Consumer Price Index figures.

Oceanside can't reach decision on selling mobile home park
by Nathan ScharnSignOnSanDiego.com
August 25th, 2011
Unable to reach a majority decision to put the park up for sale, the city will continue to operate the park.

Blumenfield, Supporters to Urge Brown to Sign Apartment Recycling Bill
by Lauren RosenblumEncino Patch
August 24th, 2011
AB 818 - the Renter’s Right to Recycle Act - would require apartment building owners to make paper, plastic and can recycling available to more than 7 million Californians who rent apartments.

Tenants demand fairness in face of pending rent hikes
by Ian BauerMercuryNews.com
August 24th, 2011
Milpitas mobile home residents come out in force to oppose rent increases that could cause financial hardship for people on fixed and limited incomes and force some residents from their homes.

Solar Shines On California Public Housing
by Lauren CraigEarthTechling
August 24th, 2011
The Santa Barbara County installation is expected to offset the energy consumption of 863 units of affordable housing and trim power costs for more than 1,000 low-income families.

VIDEO: East Palo Alto residents protest sale of apartments
by Gennady SheynerPalo Alto Online
August 23rd, 2011
Residents and activists riled by Wells Fargo's plan to sell about 1,800 units to Equity Residential rally in East Palo Alto.

East Palo Alto Residents Tell Equity to Take A Hike
by Sharon SimonsonThe Registry
August 22nd, 2011
Residents of East Palo Alto are seeking to overthrow a plan by Wells Fargo & Co. to sell more than 1,800 rent-controlled apartments to Equity Residential, a national multifamily landlord that owns and manages more than 120,000 apartments nationwide.

EPA tenants rally against proposed apartment sale
by Gennady SheynerPalo Alto Online
August 22nd, 2011
East Palo Alto residents and tenant advocates will take it to the streets this afternoon to protest Wells Fargo Bank's potential sale of about 1,800 units in the Woodland Park neighborhood to the investment fund Equity Residential.

East Palo Alto tenants fear they may get new landlord worse than Page Mill
by Bonnie EslingerMercuryNews.com
August 20th, 2011
Tenants who thought they had it bad under former landlord Page Mill Properties are worried that things may get worse if their East Palo Alto apartments are sold to a Chicago-based company whose controversial chairman is an outspoken foe of rent control.

HOUSING: Cleaning up after smokers costs landlords
by Eric WolffNorth County Times
August 18th, 2011
A UCLA study tallies the cost of cleaning up after smokers when they vacate an apartment. The statistics may inform Gov. Brown's decision whether to sign legislation that would allow landlords or cities to ban smoking in rental units.

Rent Control To Go On Oceanside’s June Ballot
by Alison St. JohnKPBS
August 18th, 2011
The issue will be on next June’s ballot in Oceanside, thanks to a petition signed by 15,000 residents.

Calimesa rent control issue is a hot topic: Compromise pleases all
by Noelle Kiely and Rachael GustusonYucaipa/Calamesa News Mirror
August 18th, 2011
Over 400 people turn out to a public hearing on changing the rent control ordinance. A consensus amendment passes unanimously.

Rent ordinance approved in American Canyon
by Rachel Raskin-ZrihenTimes-Herald
August 18th, 2011
City Council gives preliminary approval to the Mobile Home Rent Stabilization Ordinance. Final approval is expected Sept. 6.

Evicted tenants expected to return
by Nathan BakerAuburnPub.com
August 18th, 2011
The eviction, however temporary, has left the residents of the Auburn apartment building homeless and searching for a place to stay for at least two nights.

Grover Street tenants evicted because of unpaid utility bills
by Nate RobsonAuburnPub.com
August 17th, 2011
Auburn code enforcement officials tell residents they have 24 hours to leave the property because the property owner failed to pay utility bills.

OCEANSIDE: Voters to decide fate of mobile-home rent control ordinance
by Ray HuardNorth County Times
August 17th, 2011
City council will let the voters decide whether to repeal the ordinance. Over 15,000 mobile-home and community residents signed petitions calling for the repeal.

Rent Hike for Mobile Home Park?
by Adelaide ChenMilpitas Patch
August 17th, 2011
Friendly Village in Milpitas doesn't sound so friendly when the property owner proposes to raise the rent. The move would alter the current rent control ordinance enforced by the city.

Capitola Mobile home park residents protest rent control repeal
by Tovin LapanSanta Cruz Sentinel
August 17th, 2011
Mobile Home Park residents and others protest the City Council's recent decision to repeal its rent stabilization ordinance and vow to collect signatures for a referendum.

City of Merced will take a closer look at renter rights
by Ameera ButtMerced Sun-Star
August 16th, 2011
Merced city council votes 6 to 1 to move forward with a just cause for eviction ordinance.

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