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SCANPH and Coalition Celebrate Affordable Housing Linkage Fee Passage

SCANPH and Coalition Celebrate Affordable Housing Linkage Fee Passage

December 15, 2017

For the past two years, SCANPH and the Coalition for a Just Los Angeles have advocated tirelessly for passage of the Affordable Housing Linkage Fee. In a historic vote today, the L.A. City Council adopted the linkage fee, so for the first time since the founding of Los Angeles, the city will have its first dedicated revenue source for affordable housing!SCANPH was proud to partner with the Coaliti

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GOVERNOR BROWN SIGNS INTO LAW 15 BILLS TO HELP HOUSING AFFORDABILITY CRISIS

GOVERNOR BROWN SIGNS SB-3 INTO LAW

September 29, 2017

It’s official: Governor Jerry Brown signed into law today a package of 15 bills that will help address the state’s housing affordability crisis. SCANPH Executive Director Alan Greenlee was on hand to join other housing advocates from across the state to be part of the historic bill signing at the Hunter’s View public housing project in San Francisco. Greenlee, along with M

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PURPOSEFUL AGING LA SURVEY

PURPOSEFUL AGING LA SURVEY

September 8, 2017

Purposeful Aging Los Angeles (PALA) seeks to prepare the Los Angeles region for a rapidly aging population through an innovative, sustained initiative that unites public and private leadership and strategies. PALA will improve the lives of older adults and Angelenos of all ages. You can join us and help change the future of aging in the Los Angeles region by taking the PALA survey! Your input w

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LA City Council committee backs new construction fee to aid affordable housing

Construction fee may aid affordable housing construction

August 23, 2017

A keyLos Angeles City Councilcommittee Tuesday backed a plan fora new fee on the constructionof single-family homes, offices, apartments and other developments, with the funds going to pay for affordable housing. The linkage fee backed by the Planning and Land Use Management Committee would range from $1 to $15 a square foot, depending on the type of project and neighborhood. The committee

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City of West Hollywood's Rent Stabilization Ordinance regarding evictions

West Hollywood Renters Ordinance

August 6, 2017

If you are a renter in West Hollywood, and concerned about a possible eviction, contact the City of West Hollywood to find out what your rights are as a renter. Click on the link in this post to read theWest Hollywood Rent Stabilization Ordinance SECTION 17.52.010 Chapter 17.52: PERMISSIBLE REASONS FOR PERMANENTLY OR TEMPORARILY TERMINATING OR REFUSING TO RENEW TENANCY* Editor’s Note: The t

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WHY CALIFORNIA HAS A  HOUSING CRISIS

California lawmakers have tried for 50 years to fix the state's housing crisis.

July 1, 2017

California lawmakers have tried for 50 years to fix the state's housing crisis. Here's why they've failed. ByLIAM DILLONforThe Los Angeles Times JUNE 29, 2017, 3 A.M. A bill from Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) would, for the first time, force cities and counties that have fallen behind on their housing goals to take steps to eliminate some of the hu

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LA CITY COUNCIL APPROVES MOTION TO PROTECT RENTERS FROM LANDLORD HARASSMENT

LA CITY COUNCIL APPROVES MOTION TO PROTECT RENTERS FROM LANDLORD HARASSMENT

April 29, 2017

The Los Angeles City Council approved a motion Friday aimed at protecting renters from being harassed by their landlords. BY RYAN POSNER ON APRIL 28, 2017 IN GOVERNMENT “Any action that we can take to increase both the city and the public’s awareness on affordable housing, Ellis Act proceedings and the rights of renters and the obligations of property owners, the better we all wi

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