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STATE

Senate Bill 50 (Wiener)

Allows housing to be built near existing job centers and public transportation; includes strong protections against displacement for renters and vulnerable communities living in those areas.

 

Assembly Bill 533 (Holden)

AB 533 excludes from gross income amounts received as rebate, voucher or other financial incentive by a local water agency for participation in water efficiency or storm water runoff improvement programs. For example, if someone receives a rebate from LADWP for turf replacement they would not be taxed on that rebate.

Senate Bill 330 (Skinner)

The Housing Crisis Act of 2019 aims to block regions from imposing new prohibitions that would limit housing construction.

city

100% Recycled Water by 2035

On February 21, 2019, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti committed to recycling 100% of the city’s wastewater by 2035 through facility improvements at the Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant, maximizing its capacity. These upgrades will increase total volume from recycled water to 35% of the City’s supply in 16 years, up from 2% currently.

LA City Council Motion 19-0078 (Krekorian)

Small Business Feasibility Study: At the end of 2018, the LABC Institute released a feasibility study analyzing the potential for Los Angeles to develop a free, transparent, and universal regional procurement platform to help capture the economic benefits of major municipal projects, as well as incoming sports and entertainment events for local, small and disadvantaged businesses. In response, Councilmember Krekorian, Chair of the City’s Ad Hoc Committee on a Comprehensive Job Creation Plan, introduced Council Motion 19-0078 to have the CLA report back to the Ad Hoc Committee with an analysis of the benefits of a regional procurement platform and a proposed legal framework to implement said platform with budgetary requirements.

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