With days to go before the end of a nationwide eviction moratorium, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has extended the federal order until June 30. The previous extension was due to expire at the end of March, which was already an amendment to the original end-of-January extension...
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Remember Your ABCs
As we head into fall and the little ones head back to school, it’s important to point out that we grown-ups should also remember our ABCs: “Always Be Conserving”.
As the CEO of Livable, I have been so inspired by our incredible staff and what they've been doing to stay productive and support their communities during shelter-in-place. It isn’t easy to work as hard as they do for our clients, and still have time and energy to give to friends, family and front line workers as well.
It’s clear we are living in uncertain, and often frightening times. But rather than dwelling on the negative, I prefer to stay positive and focus on some of the amazing stories we are hearing about how this terrible virus is bringing us together as a community, as a nation and as one united planet.
After ignoring the will of the voters, who just last year decided against loosening statewide restrictions on rent control, California state legislators recently passed a new law that will cap annual rent increases at 5 percent plus inflation.
It Only Takes a Spark
Fall is in full swing and with it comes an increased chance of wild fires. During this precarious period—after a long dry summer, but before the wet winter weather—it only takes a spark to create miles and miles of devastation. Last fall these fires seemed to strike throughout California, from the catastrophic property loss during the Woolsey fire in Ventura and Los Angeles to the tragic Camp fire in Northern California that killed over 80 people, many in their 70s and 80s.