Last Tuesday we mobilized to attend the first-ever State Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee informational hearing on “The Housing Affordability Crisis: Exploring the Effects of Renter Displacement” and asked you to contact your local state representatives to demand the repeal of... continue reading
After rent stabilization measures received mixed results around the Bay Area in the last election, voters in Pacifica will have their turn on Tuesday.
Volunteers who have been campaigning since the summer hope to convince homeowners, a group that makes up the majority of the city’s population, to... continue reading
Portland voters decided overwhelmingly Tuesday not to adopt a form of rent control.
With all precincts reporting Tuesday evening, Question 1 on the city ballot was defeated by a nearly two-to-one margin. According to unofficial results, the vote was 13,466 to 7,595, or 64 percent to 36 percent,... continue reading
With property values steadily rising throughout Los Angeles, it isn't too surprising that building owners and landlords are looking for ways to charge 2017 market-rate rents on some of the approximately 624,000 rent-controlled units in the city — that estimate coming from the rent control division... continue reading
I was the on-site manager. I was fired for fixing the apartments to gov code . I was doing my job. Owners were not in compliance with housing standards . Now they have sent people to break my windows they have been harassing me for months now. I have also been served with a three day notice.
California State Assembly Bill 291 (Chiu) would improve protections for immigrant tenants against intimidation and retaliation by landlords. This bill proactively addresses rising dangers facing both documented and undocumented immigrants in California.
Download resources to organize for rent control in your community. Rent control is an effective policy solution to curb rising rents and displacement. 12 cities in California already have these protections. Our toolkit draws from experience and lessons learned in these cities. Including facts,... continue reading
September 23, 2017 - 9am to September 24, 2017 - 5pm
September 23, 2017 • 8:00 AM- 5PM
September 24, 2017 • 8:00 AM-5PM
Alameda High School
**Space is limited and priority will be given to tenants and tenant organizers to attend.
DEADLINE TO REGISTER WAS MONDAY SEPT 11TH!