The HDAOR Office Relocated!
14281 7th Street Victorville, CA 92395
Due to heavy rains that we have been experiencing this year and intrusion of water into the building, an investigation was undertaken by professional environmental consultants, and their report found organisms traditionally associated with mold may be present in the walls of the building. The Association has committed to remediating any potential mold condition, and until environmental consultants certify the building has met remediation standards, the employees will be relocated and membership and public events will not be hosted in the building.
Diane Smith, Executive Officer
High Desert Association of REALTORS
VOTE COULD BE TODAY!!
C.A.R. is OPPOSING AB 2502 (Mullin), a bill that would weaken the rent control limitations contained in the landmark "Costa-Hawkins" law sponsored by C.A.R. in 1995. C.A.R. opposes AB 2502 which undermines existing Costa-Hawkins' protections by allowing local governments to impose mandatory inclusionary zoning (i.e. rent control) on newly constructed rental housing, without any consideration for the economic viability of the project.
AB 2502 effectively repeals part of the C.A.R. sponsored Costa-Hawkins legislation that says new construction in a rent control jurisdiction is exempt, or NOT subject to rent control. It is vitally important that you reach out to your elected representative today!
AB 2502 could be considered by the entire Assembly as soon as TODAY.
• Call your Assembly Member TODAY. Assemblyman Jay Obernolte
• Urge him or her to oppose AB 2502.
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