Vote ‘No’ on C

Los Angeles— General city election for May 16, 2017. Vote No on “C” because city employees under Mayor Eric Garcetti have admitted the city corruption and lack of accountability  in the city rent control tenant habitability program.

Intercom

1522 Hi Point St 90035 Mayor Eric Garcetti’s rent control Klan department says this intercom is to be denied to the Black tenant at this 18 unit building—the torture has lasted nearly three years while White tenants get one right away

Help make Los Angeles government more accountable.

Vote ‘No’ on C.

Tenants have the right to post this page on their apartment doors and windows under State law Civil Code section 

1940.4. (a)Except as provided in subdivision(c),a landlord shall not prohibit a tenant from posting or displaying political signs relating to any of the following:
(1) An election or legislative vote, including an election of a candidate to public office.
(2) The initiative, referendum, or recall process.
(3) Issues that are before a public commission, public board, or elected local body for a vote.
(b) Political signs may be posted or displayed in the window or on the door of the premises leased by the tenant in a multifamily dwelling, or from the yard, window, door, balcony, or outside wall of the premises leased by a tenant of a single-family dwelling.
(c) A landlord may prohibit a tenant from posting or displaying political signs in the following circumstances:
(1) The political sign is more than six square feet in size.
(2) The posting or displaying would violate a local, state, or federal law.
(3) The posting or displaying would violate a lawful provision in a common interest development governing a document that satisfies the criteria of Section 1353.6.
(d) A tenant shall post and remove political signs in compliance with the time limits set by the ordinance for the jurisdiction where the premises are located. A tenant shall be solely responsible for any violation of a local ordinance. If no local ordinance exists or if the local ordinance does not include a time limit for posting and removing political signs on private property, the landlord may establish a reasonable time period for the posting and removal of political signs. A reasonable time period for this purpose shall begin at least 90 days prior to the date of the election or vote to which the sign relates and end at least 15 days following the date of the election or vote.
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City Government program THP says you CANNOT trust these people. Vote No on C.

 

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City Government program THP says you CANNOT trust these people. Please Vote ” No” on C.

Help make Los Angeles government more accountable.

Vote ‘No’ on C.

[Editor: this page NOT paid for by any city employee, political committee or elected official.]

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