News - Around the state

News - Around the state

Letters to the Editor regarding Arcata Rent Control Ordinance

Source Arcata helps mobile home owners A heartfelt thanks goes out to the City Council of Arcata for all their hard work in drafting an ordinance to stabilize rents in the city’s mobile home parks. And especially to David Loya and his staff who have been working on... read more

Vocal residents debate mobile home park politics

By Gina Ender | Source | [ SANTA CLARITA ] Opinionated mobile home park residents voiced their concerns with changes to the mobile home park municipal code at Tuesday’s city council meeting. Municipal Code 6.02, originally implemented in 1990, serves to ensure... read more

Santa Clarita Hits Brakes On Mobile Home Park Changes

Santa Clarita city officials held off on changes for the mobile home park ordinance in response to residents’ concerns about the proposal. | Source | City staff offered a recommendation Tuesday to City Council to have any appeals on rent hikes be reviewed by an... read more

Council to deliberate mobile home park code at next meeting

By Gina Ender | Source | Passionate mobile home park residents will be face to face with the city council at their meeting Tuesday, as changes to the mobile home park municipal code is the newest item of business on the agenda. If this version of municipal code 6.02... read more

Court rules in city’s favor in Ranch case

By Becca Whitnall | Source | A protracted, and sometimes ugly, legal battle between the City of Thousand Oaks and the residents of a low-income mobile home park for seniors is over. Late last month the California 2nd District Court of Appeal found the city broke no... read more

Explorers to the rescue: Teens help woman facing eviction

By Hector Gonzalez | Source | Tall grass and weeds reached nearly to the windows of the small mobile home in Camarillo. It needed a paint job, and trash had gathered beneath and along the sides of the house. The 68-year-old woman who lives in the home in the Lamp-... read more