|SB 1120 is rushing toward the Assembly floor, possibly Tuesday. It crushes single-family streets in desirable areas, and directly attacks homeownership by ending single-family zoning everywhere.
TODAY, RIGHT NOW, contact your Assemblymember, found HERE, AND call your city councilmember and press her or him to ALSO tell the Assemblymember to OPPOSE SB 1120.
Legislators promised this would be the year for recession-related and COVID-19 help, but this bill provides NOTHING for the poor.
Here’s our ASK: Call your city council member and urge THEM to call your assembly member to vote NO on SB 1120. Then YOU ALSO call your assemblymember and urge a NO vote.
SB 1120 is an attack on homeownership at all incomes.
It could affect up to 21M people.
It lets rental giants build four pricey market-rate rentals where one home now stands. No yard, no garage.
We are deeply concerned that the bill will harm homeownership in the areas developers will target under SB 1120.
California Alliance of Local Electeds (CALE) today issued a Declaration of a California Crisis of Governance after legislators let SB 1120 slide by while the public is DISTRACTED by COVID-19.
We praise the California Contract Cities Association, a statewide group whose elected officials represent millions of voters. They hit SB 1120 hard today.
We ask the legislature to put aside this bill. Legislators’ motto should NOT be “never let a good crisis go to waste.”
PLEASE CALL YOUR CITY COUNCILMEMBER NOW. THEN CALL YOUR ASSEMBLY MEMBER AT THEIR DISTRICT OFFICE, FOUND HERE. URGE THEM TO OPPOSE SB 1120
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