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By: Hunter CresswellOctober 18, 2017
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On Wednesday evening the Arcata City Council approved of a redrafted mobile home park rent stabilization ordinance that can be adopted at the next meeting if no further amendments are requested.
The introduction of the ordinance passed with a 4-1 vote, with Councilman Michael Winkler dissenting.
The original rent stabilization ordinance was introduced in April to regulate mobile home rental prices but due to some concerns the council had an outside attorney, who has “extensive experience” in the field, take a look at the ordinance to make it more legally defensible, Community Development Director David Loya said.