An initiative to bring rent control to the city of Sacramento has qualified for the March 2020, however, a legal challenge could prevent the measure from ever appearing before voters.
Last week, Sacramento election officials announced that rent control proponents had submitted the 36,817 valid voter signatures required to qualify the measure for the next general election.
CAA Sacramento Valley on Tuesday, Oct. 16, will hold a special pre-election luncheon featuring Sacramento Vice Mayor Steve Hansen. During the luncheon, Hansen will provide his perspective on local affordable housing issues and explain the proposed Tenant Protection and Relief Act, an alternative to rent control under consideration by the City Council.
The lunch is for CAA members only and will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Hilton Sacramento Arden Hotel, 2200 Harvard St., Sacramento.
The luncheon also will include:
Information about the rent control ballot measure in the city of Sacramento and how it may affect your property.
Yard signs available for pickup from the statewide No on Proposition 10 campaign
Voter guides for the Nov. 6 election that include recommendations of the California Apartment Association Political Action Committee.
Who should attend?
Anyone who owns or manages single-family or multi-family rental properties and businesses that provide products and services to them
Note: Attendees must be CAA members to register for this luncheon. Register online or call 1-800-967-4222 for any questions about your membership. Be sure to log in to your CAA account to receive member price.
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