I Support a Rent Freeze! Freeze Rents and NoCause Evictions!
NEW MESSAGE AS OF DEC 5 pls copy or rewrite into your email "While Rent Control is beautiful - we love stable safe communities and lessening commuter traffic - you don't need to support rent control to see that a rent freeze is crucial for staving off a market panic as rent control is considered. Please make it safe for democracy by giving us a temporary rent freeze." Pls send to city council. and pls sign petition below if you haven't yet done so.

Santa Cruz has the worst wages-to-rent ratio in California!
In some neighborhoods, 20% of the people pay 70% of their wages in rent!

This needs to stop – Like Richmond, Mountain View and all around the bay, the city council needs to vote to put a temporary freeze on rent increases and no cause evictions. I am signing the petition below...


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Background: A rent freeze could be implemented by our city council, and while only Sandy Brown and Chris Krohn supported the initial impulse in October, there is a real chance now that other councilors will hear our call if we make it strong enough. Please email and call David Terrazas, who will be mayor starting Wednesday and can help to put rent freeze on the agenda (dterrazas@cityofsantacruz.com (831) 420-5020), Martine Watkins (mwatkins@cityofsantacruz.com (831) 420-5024), Cynthia Chase (cchase@cityofsantacruz.com (831) 420-5020) , and Richelle Noroyan (rnoroyan@cityofsantacruz.com (831) 420-5025) and ask them to support a freeze on rents and no cause evictions. The two arguments are simple: 1) having the worst rent to wages ratio in the state is driving working people out of town and this is bad for traffic, diversity, and community and 2) the city council needs to freeze rents to keep landlords from raising them rapidly to beat the rent control ordinance to the punch.

And join our fight to freeze rents by emailing: scorganizingcircle@gmail.com. Learn more about renters protections like rent control and just cause eviction @ https://tinyurl.com/rentcontrolFAQ

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in español
¡Santa Cruz tiene la peor relación salario / renta en California!
En algunas barrios, ¡el 20% de las personas paga el 70% de sus salarios en concepto de alquiler!

Esto debe detenerse, como Richmond, Mountain View y alrededor de la bahía necesitamos un Alquiler congelado!

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Hace unas pocas semanas, 5 concejales votaron en contra de la congelación (solo Chris y Sandy votaron sí), pero los otros podrían cambiar de opinión si mostramos suficiente apoyo, por favor envíe un correo electrónico y llame a Cynthia Chase (cchase@cityofsantacruz.com (831) 420- 5020) y Martine Watkins (mwatkins@cityofsantacruz.com (831) 420-5024) y Richelle Noroyan (rnoroyan@cityofsantacruz.com (831) 420-5025) y David Terrazas (dterrazas@cityofsantacruz.com (831) 420-5020) y solicíteles que respalden la congelación de alquileres y desalojos sin causa. Los dos argumentos son simples: 1) tener la peor relación de alquiler por salario en el estado está alejando a los trabajadores de la ciudad y esto es malo para el tráfico, la diversidad y la comunidad, y 2) el ayuntamiento necesita congelar los alquileres para evitar que los propietarios elevándolos rápidamente para vencer la ordenanza de control de rentas al golpe.

Y únete a nuestra lucha para congelar alquileres scorganizingcircle@gmail.com. Obtenga más información acerca de las protecciones de los inquilinos, como el control de alquileres y solo causa el desalojo @ https://tinyurl.com/rentcontrolFAQ

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Movement for Housing Justice, Santa Cruz Organizing Circle, Lower Ocean Neighborhood Assembly - scorganizingcircle@gmail.com

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