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The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to look into capping rent increases for mobile home spaces in unincorporated areas at 4 percent in the future, voting unanimously to pause any increases until the board can discuss the matter in more depth.

Supervisors agreed to a moratorium on rent increases until Feb. 29, or until the board can agree on whether to amend the county’s rent stabilization ordinance.

“The pause is a time for dialogue,” said Supervisor Chris Coursey.

The current regulation allows owners to raise the rent by as much as 100 percent of the Consumer Price Index (CPI), or 6 percent of the rent, whichever is less.

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