Sunday, September 05, 2004

D1 Supe Jake McGoldrick’s housing record - highlights
* In 2001 sponsored a bill that would have limited the number of annual tenancies-in-common, a real estate transaction in which a group of people buy and occupy a multi-unit building, often pushing out tenants. A judge in * 2002 lifted the restriction, finding it in conflict with state law
* Supported affordable housing bond measures in 2002 and 2004
* Sponsored 2002 law beefing up the affordable housing requirement for new development
* Led the charge in 2002 to oppose HOPE, a measure to allow tenants to buy their units that was criticized as a loosening of rent control laws
* Sponsored the 2001 measure aimed at curbing the live-work loft boom

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