May 5, 2019

Monday – Sen. Appropriations @ 10:30a

  • SB 728 (Galgiani) – Establishes the Student Housing and Food Hardship program.
  • SB 695 (Portantino) – Reduces RHNA obligations for permanent foster youth or senior/disabled placements.
  • SB 687 (Rubio) – Revises membership on the state Homeless Council.
  • SB 638 (Allen) – Modifies tenant electric vehicle charging station insurance requirement.
  • SB 623 (Jackson) – Revises calculation for HCD senior unit set-asides.
  • SB 611 (Caballero) – Establishes the Master Plan for Aging Housing.
  • SB 568 (Portantino) – Establishes the College-Focused Rapid Rehousing Program.
  • SB 282 (Beall) – Enacts the Supportive Housing Program for Persons on Parole.
  • SB 190 (Dodd) – Creates model defensible space standards.
  • SB 189 (Monning) – Extends the life of the Fort Ord redevelopment agency by one year.
  • SB 13 (Wieckowski) – Makes numerous changes to facilitate development of ADUs.

Monday – Asm. Revenue and Taxation @ 2:30p
Vote Only

  • AB 791 (Gabriel) – Creates an affordable housing tax credit for Opportunity Zones.
  • AB 1734 (Beall) – Creates database of local agency surplus lands.
  • AB 1590 (Blanca Rubio) – Creates a first-time homebuyer tax credit.
  • AB 1317 (Brough) – Tax-free homeownership savings accounts.
  • AB 10 (Chiu) – Increases the state low-income housing tax credit program by $500 million annually.

Wednesday – Asm. Appropriations @ 9a

  • AB 724 (Wicks) – Requires landlords to submit rental data to HCD.
  • AB 38 (Wood) – Establishes fire safety standards and a retrofit loan program.
  • AB 1783 (Robert Rivas) – Requires ministerial approval of some agricultural employee housing.
  • AB 1717 (Friedman) – Authorizes tax increment districts for multifamily housing near transit.
  • AB 1568 (McCarty) – Prohibits localities not meeting housing production goals from applying for state grants.
  • AB 1487 (Chiu) – Establishes the regional Housing Alliance for the Bay Area, to increase affordable housing
  • AB 1482 (Chiu) – Establishes a statewide rent increase cap for tenants in place of CPI + 5%.
  • AB 1279 (Bloom) – Housing incentives and zoning overrides in high-opportunity areas.
  • AB 1020 (Irwin) – Creates a cabinet-level state housing agency.
  • AB 1010 (Eduardo Garcia) – Expands HCD program eligibility to include Indian and tribal entities.
  • More…