Los Angeles County supervisors have pulled a temporary rent control ordinance from next week’s meeting agenda.
Supervisors had been scheduled to consider a moratorium on rent increases over 3 percent in unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County, however, Supervisor Sheila Kuehl had the item removed from Tuesday’s lineup.
Rather than enacting a rent freeze, the supervisor has decided to bring the proposal back to city staff and is expecting a report in the coming weeks.
The California Apartment Association has been mobilizing members to oppose the temporary rent cap.
“Thank you to those who submitted letters and emails to the County Board of Supervisors …
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