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By: Chris LindahlMarch 26, 2019
The Pasadena City Council on Monday approved an expanded set of protections for people who rent their homes, which officials say strikes a compromise between the interests of tenants and their landlords.
Renter advocates last year pushed the council to strengthen the city’s 2004 tenant protection law, last updated in 2017, after apartment renters at a South Roosevelt Avenue property were told to pack their bags within 60 days after the building changed hands.