2019-20 Legislative Hearings

Concurence Hearing

Pursuant to Assembly Rule 77.2

Monday, August 31, 2020
Upon Call of the Chair, State Capitol Room 4202.  (last update on  8/21/2020, 9 :00p.m.)
 

AB-69

Analysis

(Ting) Help Homeowners Add New Housing Program: accessory dwelling unit financing.

AB-434

Analysis

(Daly) Housing financing programs: uniform procedures

AB-831

Analysis

Planning and zoning: housing: development application modifications.

AB-1561

Analysis

(Cristina Garcia) Planning and zoning: housing element and entitlement extensions.

AB-3088

Analysis

(Chiu) Tenancy: rental payment default: mortgage forbearance: state of emergency: COVID-19. (Urgency)

For those that are interested in participating in the hearing:

  • The Capitol will be open for attendance of this hearing; however, due to guidance on physical distancing, seating for the hearings will be minimal for the press and public. In-person attendance is not recommended. All are encouraged to watch the hearings from their livestream on the Assembly’s website at https://www.assembly.ca.gov/todaysevents.
  • Remote Testimony Stations at these locations (Please check the Assembly website for the latest information): 
    • Sacramento – State Capitol Park (Location to be determined based on weather conditions)
    • San Francisco State Office (455 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco, CA 94102)
    • San Diego State Building (1350 Front Street, San Diego, CA 92101) 
  • Written testimony before the hearing via the position letter portal. Please note that any written testimony submitted to the committee is considered public comment and may be read into the record or reprinted.
  • Due to the impending constitutional deadline for the Legislature to adjourn and conclude this legislative session, phone testimony will be available, but it will be limited.
  • Public phone:   877-692-8957 access code: 131542022 (this information will be posted on the committee web site once the hearing is announced, and will appear on the screen during the hearing.)

 

Wednesday,  July 29, 2020

Hearing Agenda

Hearing Results

 

Tuesday, July 28, 2020   

Hearing has been re-scheduled for tomorrow, Wednsday 29, 2020, 11:30 a.m.,  Room 4202.

2:00 p.m.  State Capitol Room 4202

Hearing Agenda

 

Deadline to submit letters for this hearing is NO LATER than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.  Please make sure that letters are on letterhead and signed.  Thank you!

File Notice

Analysis

SB-9 (Durazo) Surplus residential property: sale procedures: generally and El Sereno Neighborhood

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

11:00 a.m.  State Capitol Romm 4202

We encourage the public to provide written testimony before the hearing by visiting the Committee website 
at https://ahcd.assembly.ca.gov and following the Submit Position Letters instructions. Please note that 
any written testimony submitted to the committee is considered public comment and may be read into the 
record or reprinted.

Due to the statewide stay-at-home order and guidance on physical distancing, seating for this hearing will be 
very limited for press and for the public. All are encouraged to watch the hearing from its live stream on the 
Assembly’s website at https://www.assembly.ca.gov/todaysevents

The Capitol will be open for attendance of this hearing, but the public is strongly encouraged to participate 
via the Web portal or telephonically. 

File Notice

Agenda

HEARD IN FILE/AUTHOR ORDER

1.

AB 2406

Wicks

Homeless Accountability and Prevention Act: rental registry online portal.

2.

AB 2345

Gonzalez

Planning and zoning: density bonuses: affordable housing.

3.

AB 2405

Burke

Housing: children and families.

5.

AB 3182

Ting

Common interest developments: governing documents: rental or leasing of separate interests.

6.

AB 2580

Eggman

Conversion of motels and hotels: streamlining.

7.

AB 2666

Boerner Horvath

Starter Home Revitalization Act of 2020.

8.

AB 2690

Low

Mobilehome parks: local ordinances.

10.

AB 3308

Gabriel

School districts: employee housing.

11.

AB 2782

Mark Stone

Mobilehome parks: change of use.

12.

AB 2852

Mullin

Public employee housing: local agencies.

13.

AB 2895

Quirk-Silva

Mobilehome parks: rent caps.

14.

AB 2960

Gipson

Shelter crises: fire safety standards: inspections.

15.

AB 2988

Chu

Planning and zoning: supportive housing: number of units: emergency shelter zones.

16.

AB 3107

Bloom

Planning and zoning: general plan: housing development.

17.

AB 3155

Robert Rivas

Subdivision Map Act: streamlined approval process: subdivisions.

18.

AB 3300

Santiago

Homelessness: California Access to Housing and Services Act.

19.

AB 3352

Friedman

State Housing Law: enforcement response to complaints.

20.

AB 1905

Chiu

Housing and Homeless Response Fund: personal income taxation: mortgage interest deduction.(Urgency)

22.

AB 3040

Chiu

Local planning: regional housing need assessment.

23.

AB 3088

Chiu

Tenancy: termination: rent caps.

24.

AB 3269

Chiu

State and local agencies: homelessness plan.

PROPOSED CONSENT

4.

AB 2553

Ting

Shelter crisis declarations.

9.

AB 2746

Gabriel

Funding accountability: state funding for homelessness.

21.

AB 2329

Chiu

Homelessness: statewide needs and gaps analysis.

 

Wednesday, March 25, 2020 - POSTPONED

9:15 a.m. - State Capitol Room 126

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

9:15 a.m. - State Capitol Room 126

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

9:15 a.m. - State Capitol Room 126
 
 
Analyses:
 

 

Wednesday, September 4, 2019

11:30 a.m. - State Capitol Room 126
 
 
Analysis:

 

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

9:30 a.m. - State Capitol Room 126

BILLS HEARD IN SIGN IN ORDER

1.

SB 5

Beall

Affordable Housing and Community Development Investment Program.

2.

SB 9

Beall

Income taxes: low-income housing credits: allocation: sale of credits. HEARING CANCELLED AT THE REQUEST OF THE AUTHOR

3.

SB 182

Jackson

Local government: planning and zoning: wildfires.

4.

SB 258

Hertzberg

California Emergency Solutions and Housing Program: grants: homeless shelters: pets and veterinary services.

5.

SB 274

Dodd

Mobilehome parks: tenancies.

6.     **

SB 280

Jackson

Older adults and persons with disabilities: fall prevention.

7.

SB 282

Beall

Supportive housing for parolees.

8.     **

SB 333

Wilk

Homeless Coordinating and Financing Council.

9.

SB 573

Chang

Homeless Emergency Aid program: funding.  HEARING CANCELLED AT THE REQUEST OF THE AUTHOR - 7/2/19

10.

SB 592

Wiener

Housing Accountability Act.

11.    **

SB 623

Jackson

Multifamily Housing Program: total assistance calculation.

12.

SB 672

Hill

Planning and zoning: regional housing need allocation: City of Brisbane.

13.

SB 687

Rubio

Homeless Coordinating and Financing Council.

14.

SB 744

Caballero

Planning and zoning: California Environmental Quality Act: permanent supportive housing.

15.

SB 754

Moorlach

Common interest developments: board members: election by acclamation.  

   ** Consent Item

 

 

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

9:30 a.m. - State Capitol Room 126

AGENDA

HEARD IN SIGN-IN ORDER

1.

SB 6

Beall

Residential development: available land.

 

2.

SB 13

Wieckowski

Accessory dwelling units.

 

4.

SB 235

Dodd

Planning and zoning: housing production report: regional housing need allocation.

 

5.

SB 323

Wieckowski

Common interest developments: elections

.

6.

SB 326

Hill

Common interest developments.

 

7.

SB 329

Mitchell

Discrimination: housing: source of income.

 

8.

SB 330

Skinner

Housing Crisis Act of 2019.

 

9.

SB 532

Portantino

Redevelopment: City of Glendale: bond proceeds: affordable housing.

 

10.

SB 611

Caballero

Housing: elderly and individuals with disabilities.

 

CONSENT CALENDAR

 

3.

SB 18

Skinner

Keep Californians Housed Act.

 

11.

SB 652

Allen

Entry doors: display of religious items: prohibitions.

 

 

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

9:30 a.m. - State Capitol Room 126

AGENDA

 

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Upon Adjourment of Session - State Capitol Room 126

AGENDA

AB 36 (Bloom) Residential tenancies: rent control. Hearing cancelled at the Request of the Author.

AB 1482 (Chiu) Tenancy: rent caps.

Roll Call

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

9:15 a.m. - State Capitol Room 126

AGENDA

Updated File Notice

 

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

9:15 a.m. - State Capitol Room 126

Agenda -Updated 4/9/19, 6:00 p.m.

Roll Call Report

 

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

9:15 a.m. - State Capitol Room 127

Agenda

Roll Call Report

A.B.  68     Ting - Land use: accessory dwelling units.

A.B.  69     Ting -  Land use: accessory dwelling units.

A.B.  694    Irwin - Veterans Housing and Homeless Prevention Bond Act of 2019.

A.B. 881     Bloom  -  Accessory dwelling units.

A.B. 1084   Mayes -  Redevelopment: housing successor: Low and Moderate Income  Housing Asset Fund.

A.B. 1255   Robert Rivas - Surplus public land: database.

A.B. 1484   Grayson  - Mitigation Fee Act: housing developments.

A.B. 1783   Robert Rivas - H-2A worker housing: state funding: streamlined approval process for agricultural employee housing development.

 

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

9:30 a.m. - State Capitol Room 126

Agenda

Roll Call Report

A.B.    10      Chiu.   Income taxes: credits low-income housing: farmworker housing. (Tax Levy)

A.B.    58      Luz Rivas.   Homeless Coordinating and Financing Council.

A.B.    173    Chau.   Mobilehomes: payments: nonpayment or late payments.

A.B.    338    Chu.   Manufactured housing: smoke alarms: emergency preparedness.

A.B.    411    Mark Stone.   Redevelopment: City of Santa Cruz: bond proceeds: affordable housing.

A.B.    587    Friedman.   Accessory dwelling units: sale or separate conveyance.

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