-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 […]
UPDATE: Tonight in Hayward: City Council will not hear three agenda items tonight due to the #covid19 outbreak. […]
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 […]
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.
Nearly half of all Hayward tenants spend 35% or more of their monthly income on rent.
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
Hayward councilmembers unanimously approved moratoriums on vacancy decontrol and added just cause protection to nearly 15,000 rental units.