Despite massive turnout and opposition from the rental housing industry, the Culver City Council on Monday voted 4-1 to pursue a yearlong, 3% cap on rent increases.

City staff will now draft the rent-freeze ordinance, with a formal council vote expected in August. If approved, the ordinance would then have a retroactive effective date of June 24. 

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