OCEANSIDE — To avoid a possible citizen lawsuit City Council revised ballot wording on the vacancy decontrol ordinance at a special meeting Feb. 28. The June ballot item will now read in part, “Allowing space rents to increase following sales or conveyance of a manufactured home.”
OCEANSIDE — Oceanside voters, represented by The Sutton Law Firm, sent a letter to City Council requesting ballot wording on the vacancy decontrol ordinance be changed. Currently the question voters will see on the ballot says rents on mobile home park spaces can be raised “to market value,” while the text of the ordinance, which […]
OCEANSIDE — Voters will get the final say on the vacancy decontrol ordinance that nixed long-standing rent control for mobile home park spaces June 5. The special election on the ordinance will cost the city approximately $93,000.