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CES All Over the News: Rising Rents, Trash Overcharges, Lawsuit Against Landlord

March 14, 2012

Over a one week period, starting on March 5, 2012, CES has been all over the media in numerous media outlets and newspapers responding to a host of issues affecting tenants and affordable housing.

We wanted to shared these news reports with you. Clink on the story headline links below to read these stories that include CES’ efforts to block a landlord from forcing tenants to pay rent only online, rents on the rise, DWP overcharging tenants and a response to the selection of the new head of the Los Angeles Housing Authority.

 

 

CES’ Fight to Block a Landlord’s Rent Only Online Policy

 

 

L.A. Tenants Battle Landlord’s Online-Only Rent Payment Rule Los Angeles Times, 3/7/12

Online-Only Rents Spur Tenant Suit Los Angeles Daily News, 3/7/12

Online-Only Rent Creates Digital Divide Ventura County Star, 3/10/12

Crenshaw Residents File suit to Reserve the Right to Pay Rent Offline USC’s Intersections South LA, 3/7/12

The Soulvine: Achieving Change Los Angeles Wave, 3/8/12

 

Rents Are Beginning to Soar, Again

Rising Rents May Signal a Housing Market Recovery Los Angeles Times, 3/13/12

The Economy is a Little Better; Time to Pay More Rent! KPCC Radio, 3/5/12

 

 

LA Department of Water & Power Overcharge Tenants for Trash

DWP Charged Some Apartment Residents for City Trash Service They Never Received Los Angeles Daily News, 3/6/12

 

 

Los Angeles Housing Department Head Moves Over to Lead Los Angeles Housing Authority

Los Angeles Housing Authority Names New CEO Eastern Group Publications, 3/8/12

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