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Want to protect your business and make informed HR decisions? CalChamber is your source for California and federal compliance products. CLICK HERE for a link to CalChamber store to purchase labor posters.  

Part II – California Housing Crisis: The Failed Policy of Rent Control
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Part II – California Housing Crisis: The Failed Policy of Rent Control

Did you know millionaires are eligible for rent control housing in California? Yes, it’s a fact. Rent controlled mobilehomes are NOT means tested. This is why some waterfront mobile homes are selling for over $4 million in Malibu, California! This really underscores how misdirected some public policy can be when trying to find real solutions to California’s housing crisis.

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WMA Legislative Alert – Sign Petition (Time Sensitive)

Dear Parkowners and Operators:
 
Park residents and operators have become increasing frustrated that under current law there are no emergency provisions to evict a tenant who poses a serious threat to resident safety.
 
Evictions for bad behavior are commonly dealt with as a substantial annoyance. However, today police reports reveal that offenses have become more egregious and even physically threatening. 
 

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This section tracks WMA’s bills of interest as they make their way through the legislative process.

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Community discusses internal governing for mobile home parks

Santa Clarita’s community of mobile home park residents and mobile home park owners gathered for two meetings to weigh in on changes being made to the city’s municipal code.

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Palo Alto: Sale of Buena Vista still being negotiated

Owners of Buena Vista Mobile Home Park in Palo Alto and the Housing Authority of Santa Clara County continue to negotiate three months after the housing agency submitted a $36 million written offer in December to buy the property.

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New laws alone won’t solve California’s housing crisis

Without changes in public attitudes toward homebuilding, it will be difficult for California to pull itself from its housing crisis. That’s the takeaway message from a new report from California’s nonpartisan Legislative Analyst’s Office titled, “Do Communities Adequately Plan for Housing?”

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