July 8, 2019

Monday– Asm. Banking and Finance, 3:30 p.m., State Capitol, Room 444

  • SB 619 (Hueso) – Creates rent payment reporting pilot program.

Monday– Asm. Natural Resources, 2:30 p.m., State Capitol, Room 447

  • SB 744 (Caballero) – Expands by right and CEQA streamlined approval of permanent supportive housing.
  • SB 621 (Glazer) – Generally requires CEQA suits against affordable housing to be resolved in 270 days.
  • SB 450 (Umberg) – Provides CEQA exemption for supportive housing conversions of motels and hotels.
  • SB 25 (Caballero) – Streamlines CEQA for projects meeting specified public funding criteria.

Monday– Sen. Human Services, 3 p.m., Rose Ann Vuich Hearing Room (2040)

  • AB 960 (Maienschein) – Improves the CalWORKs homeless assistance program.

Monday– Asm. Transportation, 2:30 p.m., State Capitol, Room 4202

  • SB 369 (Hertzberg) – Authorizes safe parking programs for those experiencing homelessness.
  • SB 211 (Beall) – Authorizes Caltrans to lease non-surplus land for shelters.

Monday– Sen. Appropriations, 10:30 a.m., John L. Burton Hearing Room (4203)

  • AB 653 (Bloom) – Authorizes lease of the West LA armory to LA County.
  • AB 548 (Rodriguez) – Expands Brace and Bolt program funding for low-income households.
  • AB 133 (Quirk-Silva) – Revises senior and disabled property tax postponement eligibility.
  • AB 1275 (Santiago) – Establishes a pilot project for county outreach teams to mentally ill homeless persons.

Monday– Asm. Revenue and Taxation, 2:30 p.m., State Capitol, Room 126

  • SB 521 (Portantino) – Creates a tax credit for renting to voucher holders.
  • SB 294 (Hill) – Percentage of units to qualify for welfare exemption.
  • SB 248 (Glazer) – Increases the renters tax credit.
  • SB 196 (Beall) – Extends the welfare tax exemption to community land trusts.

Tuesday– Sen. Judiciary, 9:30 a.m., Room 2040

  • AB 728 (Santiago) – Expands goals and duties of homeless adult and family multidisciplinary personnel teams.
  • AB 1482 (Chiu) – Establishes a statewide cap on annual rent increases of CPI + 7%.
  • AB 1399 (Bloom) – Clarifies withdrawal dates and landlord resposibilities under the Ellis Act.
  • AB 1232 (Gloria) – Requires rent control and tenant protections in CSD weatherization assisted units.

Tuesday– Sen. Governmental Organization, 9:30 a.m., John L. Burton Hearing Room (4203)

  • AB 38 (Wood) – Establishes fire safety standards and a retrofit loan program.

Tuesday– Asm. Judiciary, 9 a.m., State Capitol, Room 437

  • SB 621 (Glazer) – Generally requires CEQA suits against affordable housing to be resolved in 270 days.
  • SB 619 (Hueso) – Creates rent payment reporting pilot program.

Tuesday– Asm. Veterans Affairs, 4 p.m., State Capitol, Room 447

  • SB 644 (Glazer) – Reduces security deposits for military service members.

Wednesday– Asm. Local Government, 1:30 p.m., State Capitol, Room 444

  • SB 672 (Hill) – Exempts the City of Brisbane from some RHNA allocations if a certain project is developed.
  • SB 592 (Wiener) – Housing Accountability Act clarifications.
  • SB 5 (Beall) – Authorizes $200M in state incentives for local schools and others to participate in redevelopment-like financing.
  • SB 330 (Skinner) – Makes numerous changes to local approval requirements.

Wednesday– Sen. Governance and Finance, 9:30 a.m., Room 112

    • AB 723 (Wicks) – Provides a property tax reduction In Alameda and Contra Costa counties for 30% AMI housing.
    • AB 430 (Gallagher) – Creates a streamlined ministerial approval process for housing in in Camp Fire-affected areas.
    • AB 1783 (Robert Rivas) – Requires ministerial approval of some agricultural employee housing.
    • AB 1763 (Chiu) – Requires increased density and incentives for 100% affordable developments under Density Bonus Law.
    • AB 173 (Chau) – Extends and expands mobilehome registration amnesty program.
    • AB 1659 (Bloom) – Authorizes cities to create nonprofit local housing finance agencies.
    • AB 1487 (Chiu) – Establishes the regional Housing Alliance for the Bay Area, to increase affordable housing
    • AB 1485 (Wicks) – Extends SB 35 streamlining with affordability restrictions if above-mod RHNA not met.
    • AB 1484 (Grayson) – Requires localities to post information about development fees on its websites.
    • AB 1483 (Grayson) – Requires cities and counties to report and post comprehensive housing data.
  • AB 10 (Chiu) – Increases the state low-income housing tax credit program by $500 million annually.

Wednesday– Asm. Education, 1:30 p.m., State Capitol, Room 126

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

Wednesday– Asm. Appropriations, 9 a.m., State Capitol, Room 4202

  • SB 329 (Mitchell) – Prohibits discrimination against voucher holders.