Most of the attention this week in the Capitol will be focused on next month’s bill introduction deadline, as members work to decide what bills will make the cut for 2019. Floors meet Monday and Thursday but there is little business to conduct.
Monthly Archives: January 2019
- AB 134 (Bloom) – Safe, clean, affordable, and accessible drinking water.
- AB 139 (Quirk-Silva) – Emergency and Transitional Housing Act of 2019.
- AB 143 (Quirk-Silva) – Shelter crisis: homeless shelters: County of Orange.
- AB 168 (Aguiar-Curry) – Housing: streamlined approvals.
- AB 173 (Chau) – Mobilehomes: payments: nonpayment or late payments.
- AB 178 (Dahle) – Energy: building standards: photovoltaic requirements.
- AB 180 (Gipson) – Land use: local planning: housing element.
- AB 191 (Patterson) – Building standards: exemptions: rebuilding after disasters.
- AB 195 (Patterson) – Department of Housing and Community Development: grant-based programs: reporting.
- AB 206 (Chiu) – Public nuisance: abatement: lead-based paint.
- AB 234 (Nazarian)- Income taxes: credit: seismic retrofits.
- SB 128 (Beall) – Enhanced infrastructure financing districts: bonds: issuance.
Wednesday @ 9:30 – Joint hearing of Asm. Housing and Asm. Local Government Committees
“Not Just Your Granny’s Granny Flat: An Examination of Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Law and Policy Issues in California”
Background materials pending.
This Week got out a bit late this week as a result of technical difficulties from some changes we are making with our ISP. Our apologies.
It will be a quiet week in the Capitol. With only four work days leading up to Friday’s deadline to submit bill drafts to counsel, most of the work in Sacramento will be focused on meeting that deadline and vetting bill proposals for introduction next month.
Friday is the deadline for legislators to submit drafts of legislation to be submitted to Legislative Counsel for drafting, in advance of next month’s introduction deadline.
Comments are due on HCD’s revised Multifamily Housing Program (MHP) guidelines Feb. 11. HCD hosting workshops this week and next.
Ashley Werner in CalMatters: