A five-member commission, which does not have regularly scheduled meetings, but meets as-needed. This Commission is empowered to hear and decide petitions for hardship rent increases, interpret the rent control ordinance of the City, rule upon the propriety of actions or proposed actions under the terms of the ordinance, and make recommendations to the City Council on matters relating to rent control. The decisions of this group are final and may not be appealed to the City Council. Staff support is provided by the Community and Economic Development Department, (760) 323-8259.
- Jay Virata, Community and Economic Development Director, (760) 323-8259
Meeting & Agenda Translations & Interpreters:
Meeting agendas and minutes will be translated into Spanish upon request. If you require the assistance of a Spanish or American Sign Language interpreter to participate in the meeting, please contact the City Clerk's Office at least 48 hours prior to the meetings.
A pedido las agendas y los minutos de las reuniones se pueden traducir al Español. Si necisita la asistencia de un intérprete en Español o en Lenguaje De Señas para participar en la reunion, comuníquese con la Oficina del Secretario de la Ciudad al menos 48 horas antes de las reuniones.
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