April 22, 2019

Monday– Asm. Banking and Finance @ 3:30p

  • AB 1551 – (Arambula) – Allows prepayment of PACE assessments without penalty.

Monday– Asm. Natural Resources @  2:30p

  • AB 490 – (Salas) – CEQA streamlining for infill in transit priority areas.
  • AB 430 – (Gallagher) – Creates streamlined ministerial process for housing in Butte County.
  • AB 38 – (Wood) – Establishes fire safety standards and a retrofit loan program.
  • AB 1673 – (Salas) – Requires disclose of CEQA plaintiffs.
  • AB 1560 – (Friedman) – Major transit stop bus frequency.
  • AB 1232 – (Gloria) – Requires tenant protections in CSD weatherization assisted units.
  • AB 1197 – (Santiago) – Exempts specified shelter projects from CEQA.

Monday– Sen. Human Services @ 3p

  • SB 695 – (Portantino) – Reduces RHNA obligations for permanent foster youth or senior/disabled placements.

Monday– Sen. Appropriations @ 10a

  • SB 258 – (Hertzberg) – Grant program for homeless shelters to provide services for pets.
  • SB 211 – (Beall) – Authorizes Caltrans to lease non-surplus land for shelters.

Monday– Sen. Housing @ 3p or upon adjournment

  • SB 532 – (Portantino) – Excess redevelopment bond proceeds for affordable housing.
  • SB 330 – (Skinner) – Makes numerous changes to local approval requirements.

Tuesday– Asm. Veterans Affairs @ 1:30p

  • AB 653 – (Bloom) – Authorizes lease of West LA armory to LA County.

Tuesday– Sen. Judiciary @ 1:30p

  • SB 529 – (Durazo) – Provides protections for tenants joining tenant associations.
  • SB 326 – (Hill) – Requires common interest development boards to have balconies inspected.
  • SB 25 – (Caballero) – Streamlines CEQA for projects meeting specified criteria.
  • SB 18 – (Skinner) – Establishes a rent payment assistance and representation program for tenants facing eviction.

Tuesday– Sen. Veterans Affairs @ 1:30p

  • SB 725 – (Rubio) – Department of Veterans Affairs rental housing program.
  • SB 644 – (Glazer) – Reduces security deposits for military households.

Tuesday– Asm. Judiciary @ 8a

  • AB 724 – (Wicks) – Requires landlords to submit specified information online each year for each rental unit owned.
  • AB 446 – (Choi) – Extends CalFEHA anti-discrimination provisions to domestic violence survivors.
  • AB 1497 – (Holden) – Requires hosting platforms to follow state fair housing laws.

Tuesday– Asm. Health @ 1:30p

  • AB 563 – (Quirk-Silva) – Allocates $16M in MHSA funding to north Orange County.

Tuesday– Asm. Human Services @ 1:30p

  • AB 1295 – (Quirk-Silva) – Supportive housing at developmental center sites.

Wednesday– Asm. Utilities and Energy @ 1:30p

  • AB 1751 – (Chiu) – Enacts the Consolidation for Safe Drinking Water Act.
  • AB 1516 – (Friedman) – Increases defensible space requirements.

Wednesday– Asm. Appropriations @ 9a

  • ACA 1 – (Aguiar-Curry) – Lowers local voter approval required for housing to 55 percent.
  • AB 548 – (Rodriguez) – Expands Brace and Bolt program funding for low-income households.
  • AB 429 – (Nazarian) – Creates a bidding process for a seismically-vulnerable buildings inventory.
  • AB 411 – (Mark Stone) – Allows unused Santa Cruz redevelopment bonds for housing.
  • AB 338 – (Chu) – Requires smoke alarms in rented mobilehomes.
  • AB 295 – (Daly) – Community development investment reporting.
  • AB 234 – (Nazarian) – Tax credit for seismic retrofits.
  • AB 1255 – (Robert Rivas) – Creates publicly-owned surplus land database.
  • AB 1213 – (Chen) – Removes sunset on laws regulating legal document assistants and unlawful detainer assistants.
  • AB 1084 – (Mayes) – Excess surplus definition for successor redevelopment agencies.

Wednesday– Sen. Environmental Quality @ 9a

  • SB 744 – (Caballero) – Expands by right and CEQA streamlined approval of permanent supportive housing.
  • SB 48 – (Wiener) – Creates a by right flexible category of “interim housing intervention”.
  • SB 4 – (McGuire) – Creates a streamlined approval process for housing projects within 1/2 mile of rail.

Wednesday– Asm. Accountability and Administrative Review @ 9:30a

  • AB 891 – (Burke) – Requires safe parking areas for homeless households.
  • AB 1020 – (Irwin) – Creates a cabinet-level state housing agency.

Wednesday– Sen. Governance and Finance @ 9a

  • SB 770 – (Galgiani) – Decreases equity required for eligibility for the Senior Citizens and Disabled Citizens Property Tax Postponement program.
  • SB 50 – (Wiener) – Eliminates density restrictions near transit and jobs-rich areas.
  • SB 4 – (McGuire) – Creates a streamlined approval process for projects within 1/2 mile of rail.

Wednesday– Asm. Local Government @ 1:30p

  • AB 1783 – (Robert Rivas) – Requires ministerial approval of some agricultural employee housing.
  • AB 1763 – (Chiu) – Increased density and incentives for 100% affordable developments under Density Bonus Law.
  • AB 1485 – (Wicks) – Creates streamlining for certain Bay Area projects.
  • AB 1484 – (Grayson) – Requires localities to post information about development fees on its websites
  • AB 1279 – (Bloom) – Housing incentives and zoning overrides in high-opportunity areas.
  • AB 11 – (Chiu) – Redevelopment 2.0.

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

  • AB 816 – (Quirk-Silva) – Establlishes a state Flexible Housing Subsidy Pool
  • AB 705 – (Mark Stone) – Procedural requirements for mobilehome parks.
  • AB 53 – (Jones-Sawyer) – Housing application anti-discrimination regarding criminal history.
  • AB 1568 – (McCarty) – Prohibits localities not meeting housing production goals from applying for state grants
  • AB 1405 – (Gloria) – Creates program to provide temporary and permanent housing for parolees.
  • AB 139 – (Quirk-Silva) – Revises housing element and RHNA requirements for homeless shelters
  • AB 1197 – (Santiago) – Exempts specified shelter projects from CEQA.
  • AB 1177 – (Frazier) – Planning and zoning requirement regarding skilled and trained workforce.
  • AB 1010 – (Eduardo Garcia) – Expands HCD program eligibility to include Indian and tribal entities.

Thursday– Asm. Housing and Community Development upon Adjournment

  • AB 36 – (Bloom) – Costa-Hawkins reform measure.
  • AB 1482 – (Chiu) – Establishes a statewide rent increase cap for tenants in place.

*This is a partial list.  For the full list of bills being heard this week, go here.