Tag Archives: Inclusionary zoning

Aitken, Moreno Support Prop. 10, Allowing Cities To Impose Rent Control

District 3 Councilman Jose F. Moreno and Anaheim mayoral candidate Ashleigh Aitken are both supporting of Proposition 10, which would repeal the Costa-Hawkins Act – a 1995 state law that prohibits local governments from imposing rent control on newly constructed buildings, single-family homes and condominium units. It also allowed owners of already subject to rent control laws to increase the rent ...

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Inclusionary Zoning: Will Tait Be “A Freedom Guy” Tonight?

Anaheim Insider here. This is a text sent to Mayor Tom Tait by his staff consigliere Mishal Montgomery on April 28 of this year, alerting him to rent control concerns expressed by Vickie Talley, who represents mobile home park owners: Given Councilman Jose F. Moreno’s political philosophy, Ms. Talley’s fear were (and are) warranted. The “Denise” to whom Montgomery refers ...

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Anaheim To Consider Forcing Developers To Build Affordable Housing Units

Among the affordable housing policy options the Anaheim City Council will consider tonight is a proposal to force housing developers to build a dictated number of affordable units in order to obtain permission to build any residential development – a policy known as “inclusionary housing.”  The vote will test whether the 6-to-1 Republican-to-Democrat majority is worth its nominal partisan salt. ...

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