April 6, 2019

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

  • AB 723 – (Wicks) – Provides a property tax reduction In Alameda and Contra Costa counties for 30% AMI housing.
  • AB 1734 – (Chiu) – Expands eligibility for welfare exemption.
  • AB 1206 – (Choi) – Tax credit on rental properties for landlords.

Tuesday–Sen. Judiciary @ 1:30 p.m. 

  • SB 40 – (Wiener) – Alters procedures to create conservatorships in pilot project counties.
  • SB 619 – (Hueso) – Creates rent payment reporting pilot program.
  • SB 638 – (Allen) – Electric vehicle charging station insurance requirement.
  • SB 222 – (Hill) – Military personnel and veteran status discrimination regarding CalFEHA.
  • SB 187 – (Wieckowski) – Clarifies mortgage debt collection practices.

Tuesday– Asm. Public Safety @ 8:30 a.m. 

  • AB 701 – (Weber) – Requires housing assistance for persons exonerated of crimes.
  • AB 1405 – (Gloria) – Creates program to provide temporary and permanent housing for parolees.

Tuesday– Asm. Judiciary @ 9 a.m.  

  • AB 1731 – (Boerner Horvath) – Short term rentals in the coastal zone.

Wednesday– Asm. Housing and Community Development @ 9:15 a.m. 

  • AB 738 – (Mullin) – Allows cities in San Mateo county and the County itself to export RHNA requirements.
  • AB 724 – (Wicks) – Requires landlords to submit specified information online each year for each rental unit owned.
  • AB 725 – (Wicks) – Limits reliance on single-family zoning to me above-moderate RHNA.
  • AB 671 – (Friedman) – Requires housing elements to include a plan for ADUs.
  • AB 446 – (Choi) – Extends CalFEHA anti-discrimination provisions to domestic violence survivors.
  • AB 393 – (Nazarian) – Requires study of standards for re-occupancy after an earthquake.
  • AB 1763 – (Chiu) – Increased density for 100% affordable developments under Density Bonus Law.
  • AB 1717 – (Friedman) – Authorizes tax increment districts for multifamily housing near transit.
  • AB 1399 – (Bloom) – Clarifies withdrawal dates under the Ellis Act.
  • AB 1437 – (Chen) – Redirects certain redevelopment funds to paramedic services.
  • AB 1528 – (Bigelow) – Requires mobilehome residents to use HCD administrative process before suing a park.
  • AB 1568 – (McCarty) – Withholds transportation funding from localities not not meeting housing production goals.
  • AB 1497 – (Holden) – Requires hosting platforms to follow state fair housing laws.
  • AB 1487 – (Chiu) – Establishes the regional Housing Alliance for the Bay Area, to increase affordable housing
  • AB 1483 – (Grayson) – Requires cities and counties to report comprehensive housing data to HCD and regional agencies.
  • AB 1485 – (Wicks) – Creates streamlining for certain Bay Area projects.
  • AB 1579 – (Gabriel) – Prohibits school districts from assessing impact fees on housing for college students.
  • AB 1315 – (Boerner Horvath) – Requires localities to permit small single-family housing in multifamily zones under certain conditions.
  • AB 11 – (Chiu) – Affordable housing and infrastructure agency creation.
  • AB 1279 – (Bloom) – Housing incentives and zoning overrides in high-opportunity areas.

Wednesday– Sen. Governance and Finance @ 9:30 a.m.  

  • SB 744 – (Caballero) – Expands by right and CEQA streamlined approval of permanent supportive housing.
  • SB 9 – (Beall) – Makes permanent provisions for certificated state housing credit.
  • SB 48 – (Wiener) – Allows siting of “interim shelter interventions” by right.
  • SB 528 – (Hueso) – Establishes California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank as a depository institution.
  • SB 532 – (Portantino) – Excess redevelopment bond proceeds for affordable housing.
  • SB 330 – (Skinner) – Makes numerous changes to local housing approval requirements.
  • SB 189 – (Monning) – Fort Ord redevelopment bill.
  • SB 13 – (Wieckowski) – Makes numerous changes to facilitate development of ADUs.
  • SB 15 – (Portantino) – Reallocates property tax proceeds.
  • SB 182 – (Jackson) – Creates fire zone standards and restrictions.