Culver City Democratic Club’s July 8, 2020 Zoom meeting scheduled for 7 pm will host two speakers who will each cover a different rent control ballot proposition that will appear on the November 3rd Culver City ballot.
Berkeley politician, architect, and commercial artist Alfred Twu will talk about the Rental Affordability Act, the state-wide proposition that would significant increase the power of local city governments to enact rent control. This proposition was put together by the authors of Proposition 10, the rent control ballot proposition that lost in California in 2018 and includes significant changes that should increase its chance of passing.
Council member and former Culver City Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells will discuss the local ballot proposition to retroactively remove the Culver City Council’s authority to enact renter protections. If this measure passes, a voter referendum would be the sole means to pass local rent control.
Learn about two crucial ballot initiatives regarding renter protections and affordability.
Until further notice, the Club will meet via Zoom. Members with email addresses on file with the Club will receive the link automatically. Others are welcome to RSVP to [email protected]