A countywide moratorium on covid-19 evictions approved by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors last month now covers […]
-Coronavirus news briefs from Hayward
Alameda County supervisors approved on Tuesday a moratorium on evictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. The moratorium gives […]
Alameda officials approved a 60-day emergency moratorium on evictions, along with a prohibition on landlords shutting off utilities […]
With concerns over the spread of the coronavirus, the Oakland City Council began taking steps toward protecting tenants […]
While East Bay tenants activists have changed the political landscape in recent years in Oakland, Alameda, and Hayward, […]
A loophole in Alameda’s recently enacted just-cause ordinance was closed Tuesday night after the City Council approved an […]
Alameda renters scored a major legislative victory late Tuesday night when the Alameda City Council approved an ordinance […]
A new rent stabilization ordinance in Hayward was formally approved Tuesday night. But the ordinance does not come […]
After decades of landlords slowly whittling away the number of units protected by a city rent ordinance to […]
For now, the fight for and against just-cause renters’ protections in Alameda appears over. The renters have won. […]
An Alameda City Council, buoyed by a November election that built upon its progressive majority while trouncing a […]
Earlier in the day, landlords asserted in a letter that Hayward’s emergency ordinance violated the Brown Act.
Vote next Tuesday night would stop evictions without cause, perhaps, up to one year.
Nearly half of all Hayward tenants spend 35% or more of their monthly income on rent.
Former councilmember and top landlord had previously alleged 238 campaign finance violations
Slate responds to FPPC complaint with flyer depicting San Leandro landlord as Pinocchio’s puppet master.
Despite an admonition that Alameda City Council candidates not address the city’s recent city manager scandal while one […]
Hayward landlords used coded racial language during a meeting in May, says the author, and the Hayward City Council ‘did not bat an eye’
Daysog filed his own lawsuit against the city last June to remove the council-approved ballot question for the landlord-backed rent stabilization charter amendment measure this fall.
Lawsuit filed in Alameda County Superior Court is asking for an injunction to block the council-approved ballot question from appearing on the Nov. ballot
Also: Alameda mayor, put on the spot, suggests she will support the landlords-backed charter amendment this fall
Hayward councilmembers unanimously approved moratoriums on vacancy decontrol and added just cause protection to nearly 15,000 rental units.