1st - The “temporary” implementation can be extended by the Board of Supervisors without public vetting.
Note: the City of Los Angeles RSO was originally only temporary and how did that work out for you?
2nd - Be aware of the $1,000 PER DAY fine!
Although the rental housing industry may have “won” the recent Costa-Hawkins Prop 10 battle, the rental housing trade association leadership seems to have no interest to fight the lack of affordable housing and the onerous regulations as anything other than one-up battles with NO strategic plan.
Much of their talking points on Prop 10 were that it was bad for tenants and verbally state that this affordable housing war and policy is as bad for tenants as it is for owners.
However, based on their websites, marketing material, talking points and culture, they either have no interest or clue and seem to lack the ability, as a whole, to educate, build trust and provide and market the critical thinking necessary to solve at least some of the problem.
And there are numerous ways to create more true affordable housing without creating more unsustainable debt laden subsidized “affordable” housing.
This is more legislation, especially in the underserved communities, to help keep communities members down rather then creating resources to help residents lift themselves up.
As the rental housing industry trade association “leaders” continue to sit in their ivory towers and celebrate their “victory”, those like Michael Weinstein (enabled by many including Mayor Eric Garcetti, Supervisors Sheila Kuehl, Hilda Solis, Mark Ridley-Thomas and Janice Hahn) who helped initiate and promote Prop 10 recognize their mistake by including single family residences and are already planning their next moves.
There are many sustainable solutions, best done before homelessness occurs.
The rental housing industry has failed as a whole, to educate others, especially our residents, that affordable housing and Rent Control are two completely different things and how Rent Control will only continue to make the problem worse.
Please see attached LA County Rent Control Ordinance 112020181: