Tenant advocates in Santa Ana have filed preliminary paperwork to place a rent control measure on the November ballot.
The city attorney will have 15 business days to put together a title and summary for the measure. After a public notice is published by the city, the proponents will then have 180 days to gather roughly 12,000 valid signatures to place the initiative on the ballot.
The ballot measure, dubbed the “Community Preservation, Rent Stabilization and Renters’ Rights Act,” would use the rate of inflation …
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