Anti-Displacement Task Force

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The purpose of the Anti-Displacement Task Force is to develop programming and policy recommendations that aim to equitably reduce the rate of displacement of people who live in, have businesses in, or make up the cultural fabric of the City.

The task force has an emphasis on collaboration with City of Somerville staff, community members, practitioners, artists, and non-profits, to identify community members most susceptible to the impacts of displacement, review current and potential strategies for anti-displacement, with the final deliverable being a set of policy and programming recommendations that work toward addressing displacement from a holistic perspective but equitably focused on the community level.

Equity Statement

The impacts of displacement are not proportionately felt. Socially disadvantaged populations are impacted disproportionately. Socially disadvantaged individuals are those who have been subjected to racial or ethnic prejudice or cultural bias within American society because of their identities as members of groups and without regard to their individual qualities. The social disadvantage stems from circumstances beyond their control.

The City of Somerville holds equity as a central community value and is committed to acknowledging and mitigating historical inequalities.

Therefore, the task force will prioritize the needs of Somerville's socially disadvantaged individuals and contextualize those needs wherever possible.


The Anti-Displacement Task Force will:

  • Equitably consider the needs of the community.

  • Provide a space for an exchange of information, citizen, council, staff, and organizational input, and deliberation.

  • Assist in synthesizing research and identifying key issues and ideas for anti-displacement strategies in the areas of residential, small business and non-profit and creative enterprise displacement.

  • Identify a range of anti-displacement measures to prevent displacement.

  • Make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on whether and how to implement policy and programming changes to reduce the rate of displacement in the City of Somerville.

The input developed and synthesized by the Anti-Displacement Task Force will inform the decisions of the City of Somerville Administration and the Somerville City Council, who will be responsible for carrying out the recommendations.

The task force will be broken up into three committees, focusing on different areas of displacement work:

1) Residential Displacement

2) Small Business and Non-Profit Displacement and

3) Creative Displacement.

Committee members will guide and inform staff on research and development of policy and programming recommendations to further anti-displacement efforts. Recommendations will be compiled into a Task Force Report to be published at the conclusion of the yearlong task force.

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如果您需要语言方面的协助,请联系 (somervillema.gov/ContactSomerViva)或者请拨打 311(617-666-3311)。

The purpose of the Anti-Displacement Task Force is to develop programming and policy recommendations that aim to equitably reduce the rate of displacement of people who live in, have businesses in, or make up the cultural fabric of the City.

The task force has an emphasis on collaboration with City of Somerville staff, community members, practitioners, artists, and non-profits, to identify community members most susceptible to the impacts of displacement, review current and potential strategies for anti-displacement, with the final deliverable being a set of policy and programming recommendations that work toward addressing displacement from a holistic perspective but equitably focused on the community level.

Equity Statement

The impacts of displacement are not proportionately felt. Socially disadvantaged populations are impacted disproportionately. Socially disadvantaged individuals are those who have been subjected to racial or ethnic prejudice or cultural bias within American society because of their identities as members of groups and without regard to their individual qualities. The social disadvantage stems from circumstances beyond their control.

The City of Somerville holds equity as a central community value and is committed to acknowledging and mitigating historical inequalities.

Therefore, the task force will prioritize the needs of Somerville's socially disadvantaged individuals and contextualize those needs wherever possible.


The Anti-Displacement Task Force will:

  • Equitably consider the needs of the community.

  • Provide a space for an exchange of information, citizen, council, staff, and organizational input, and deliberation.

  • Assist in synthesizing research and identifying key issues and ideas for anti-displacement strategies in the areas of residential, small business and non-profit and creative enterprise displacement.

  • Identify a range of anti-displacement measures to prevent displacement.

  • Make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on whether and how to implement policy and programming changes to reduce the rate of displacement in the City of Somerville.

The input developed and synthesized by the Anti-Displacement Task Force will inform the decisions of the City of Somerville Administration and the Somerville City Council, who will be responsible for carrying out the recommendations.

The task force will be broken up into three committees, focusing on different areas of displacement work:

1) Residential Displacement

2) Small Business and Non-Profit Displacement and

3) Creative Displacement.

Committee members will guide and inform staff on research and development of policy and programming recommendations to further anti-displacement efforts. Recommendations will be compiled into a Task Force Report to be published at the conclusion of the yearlong task force.

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Caso precise de assistência em seu idioma, entre em contato conosco por meio deste formulário online: somervillema.gov/ContactSomerviva ou ligue para 311 (617-666-3311)      

Si ou bezwen asistans nan lang ou a, kontakte nou nan somervillema.gov/ContactSomerviva oswa rele 311 (617-666-3311)    

यदि आफ्नो भाषामा सहायता चाहिन्छ भने कृपया सम्पर्क गर्नुहोस: www.somervillema.gov/ContactSomerviva गर्नुहोस् वा यो ३११ (६१७-६६६-३३११) / 311 (617-666-3311)   

如果您需要語言方面的協助 請撥打 311 (617-666-3311) 或於somervillema.gov/ContactSomerviva 聯絡 彩薩默: 移民事務辦公室。  

如果您需要语言方面的协助,请联系 (somervillema.gov/ContactSomerViva)或者请拨打 311(617-666-3311)。

  • New Residential Displacement Committee Co-Chair

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    Nicole Eigbrett, former Residential Displacement Committee Co-Chair and Community Organizing Director at CAAS has stepped down as co-chair as they transition into a new role as Co-Executive Director of the Asian American Resources Workshop. The task force would like to thank Nicole and recognize her dedicated, steadfast commitment and leadership to the task force and wish her well in her new role.

    The task force also welcomes current Residential Displacement Committee member Eric Robsky Huntley as they transition into the role of Co-Chair, and David Gibbs as an incoming committee member,

    Eric Robsky Huntley is a Lecturer in Urban Science and Planning in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT where they are Director of the Spatial Action Research Group. They also maintain affiliations with the Data + Feminism Lab and the Healthy Neighborhoods Study and serve as the chair of the Digital Geographies Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers.

    David Gibbs serves as Executive Director of The Community Action Agency of Somerville (CAAS). David has been the Executive Director of CAAS since September 2014. David is an attorney with over 20 years of experience in the legal and nonprofit sectors, including serving as the Executive Director of the Cambridge Community Center and the Family Institute of Cambridge.

  • Third Anti-Displacement Task Force Wide Meeting Postponed for Special Presentation

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    [UPDATE] Due to scheduling confilicts, the Mitigating Small Business Displacement Team will be presented by City of Somerville project staff.

    Join us on February 15th, 2024 as the City of Somerville Anti-Displacement Task Force presents a virtual night of Uplifting Youth Experiences: a special set of presentations from the Department of Racial & Social Justice's Youth League and students from the Harvard Kennedy School, John F. Kennedy School of Government. The presenting groups will be providing the task force and the community an opportunity to listen to research and perspectives on displacement and gentrification from our youth.

    The Harvard Kennedy School of Government will be discussing the findings of their strategic study: “Mitigating Small Business Displacement in Somerville, MA”. Over the course of the study, the researchers spoke to Somerville business operators, developers, and other stakeholders to gain a comprehensive understanding of the obstacles facing small business owners in Somerville. The Department of Racial & Social Justice Youth League will present their research into displacement and gentrification in the City of Somerville and conclude their presentation with a guided reflection exercise. Following each presentation there will be a question-and-answer session where members of the public are encouraged to join the Anti-Displacement Task Force in engaging in discussion around what Anti-Displacement looks like for Somerville from the perspective of our youth.

    Date: February 15th, 2024

    Time: 4PM - 6PM

    Platform: Zoom Webinar

    Harvard Kennedy School: John F. Kennedy School of Government Project Team:

    City of Somerville Department of Racial and Social Justice Youth League Presenters:

    Please click the link below to join the webinar:

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83883081725?pwd=YjZ4emwvVGt6OHJxSjkxaGQvUmx2UT09

    Passcode: 056730

    Or One tap mobile :

    +13052241968,,83883081725#,,,,*056730# US

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    Or Telephone:

    Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):

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    Webinar ID: 838 8308 1725

    Passcode: 056730

    International numbers available: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kbj2CSmpDk

    Contact: adtf@somervillema.gov


  • Second Anti-Displacement-Wide Task Force Meeting Held 9/21/23

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    The Anti-Displacement Task Force met as a group to discuss each committee's progress so far in the year-long process.

    1. Items Introduced: Equity Statement. Revision suggestions were made and will be incorporated and sent for email vote.
    2. The Residential Displacement Committee gave updates on
      1. The process of the Home Rule Petition
      2. Reflections on past listening sessions
      3. Discussions held so far on priorities.
    3. The Small Enterprise Displacement Committee gave updates on
      1. How they structured their approach,
      2. How they ensured that socially disadvantaged businesses were accommodated,
      3. Went over the results of their root cause exercise, resulting priorities,
      4. introduced their short-term, medium-term, and long-term strategy for developing and implementing recommendations to help avoid small enterprise displacement.
        1. Short Term Strategy
          1. Commercial Tenant Toolkit
          2. Emergency Swing Space Referrals
          3. Site Finding Assistance
          4. ARPA Business Technical Assistance and Grant Program (Pilot)
          5. Improved Development Information Transmission
        2. Medium Term Strategy
          1. Commercial Tenants Assistance Program
          2. Commercial Bill of Rights
          3. Amendment of Vacant Storefront Ordinance
          4. Affordable Commercial Space Zoning Amendment
          5. Improved Development Information Transmission
        3. Long Term Strategy
          1. Affordable Commercial Realty Corporation - A non-profit entity formed by the City to lease space from new commercial developments and to sublet them affordably to local business tenants.
    4. The Creative Displacement Committee gave updates on the
      1. Results of their Root Cause Exercise,
      2. Defining Priorities,
      3. Introduced Proposed Initiatives based on two tiers
        1. Tier 1 Projects:
          1. ACE Buy-Out Fund Structure
          2. City Statement of Values for the Arts
          3. Displacement Stories
        2. Tier 2 Projects:
          1. Creative and Entertainment Districts
          2. Our Town Grant / Other Grant Opportunities
  • Last Rent Stabilization Listening Session Scheduled for September 12th

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    Mayor Katjana Ballantyne and the City of Somerville invite community members to provide public comments about rent stabilization at a third and final listening session. The City hosted two listening sessions last month and is now scheduling a third session for anyone who was unable to attend earlier or has additional comments. This session will prioritize individuals who have not previously provided comments.

    The final listening session is on Tuesday, September 12, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. The meeting will be hosted in a hybrid format, with the opportunity to participate in person at the Armory or remotely on Zoom. This session will be recorded and posted on voice.somervillema.gov/adtf. The City has also extended the written comment period through September 10.

    Background
    As part of ongoing efforts to continue to reduce displacement and increase housing affordability, the City’s Anti-Displacement Task Force (ADTF) is drafting a rent stabilization law, and community members are invited to share their input on what should be included.

    Rent stabilization is a legal strategy that aims to keep housing affordable. It includes laws that prevent rents from rising too quickly and laws that offer protection against wrongful evictions. It also includes considerations for property owners, such as what types of buildings are exempt from the law and parameters regarding when a unit that formerly qualified for rent stabilization could potentially remove its restrictions.

    Somerville’s Proposal
    The ADTF will use the feedback received at the listening sessions to help inform the proposed legislation draft.

    Note that the City is already committed to submitting draft legislation to the State. Comments should address specific elements of Somerville’s proposed new rent stabilization rules, which, if approved by the City Council and the State Legislature, would become Somerville law. Some example considerations are:


    • Tools to ensure sustainably affordable rental prices:

      • Should rent stabilization take effect starting the day the law is passed? If not, when should it take effect? (Example: One year before the day the law is passed.)

      • Should income be used to decide who lives in rent-stabilized units? (Example: Low-income tenants prioritized over higher earners.)

      • How much can landlords raise rent when a lease is renewed?

      • Who should make sure the rent stabilization law is followed? The City Council? A new board?

    • Tools to ensure housing production is not slowed down:

      • Should the rent increase limit still apply if a tenant moves out of an apartment, or can a landlord raise it more?

      • Should property owners be allowed to raise rents if they improve the unit or if taxes or utilities go up?

      • Should anyone be exempt from the rent stabilization law?

      • Should the rent stabilization law apply to new buildings?


    The ADTF will then submit the draft law to the City and the City Council, and then to the state legislature, where the City will formally ask the State for permission to enact the law (known as a “home rule petition”).

    How to Provide Comment

    • Register & Speak at a Listening Session:
      • Advance registration is required to speak at the session.
      • Sign up by Sunday, September 10, at 5:30 p.m. at voice.somervillema.gov/adtf or by calling 311 (617-666-3311).
      • Registration is only required for those providing comments. If you do not register ahead of time but wish to speak, we will do our best to accommodate you but cannot guarantee you will have an opportunity to do so.
    • Submit Written Comment: Written comments will also be accepted until midnight on Sunday, September 10, by email to adtf@somervillema.gov or by mail at:

    City of Somerville, Attn: Luis Quizhpe
    Office of Community Development and Strategic Planning
    93 Highland Ave., Somerville, MA 02143

    How to Attend the Listening Session


    Persons with disabilities who need auxiliary aids and services for effective communication (i.e., CART, ASL), written materials in alternative formats, or reasonable modifications in policies and procedures in order to access the programs, activities, and meetings of the City of Somerville should please contact Adrienne Pomeroy in advance at 617-625-6600 x 2059 or apomeroy@somervillema.gov.


    Interpretation into any language is available upon advance request (at least seven days in advance) by contacting the SomerViva Office of Immigrant Affairs at somervillema.gov/ContactSomerViva or calling 311 at 617-666-3311.

  • Residential Anti-Displacement Task Force Seeks Public Comment on Upcoming Rent Stabilization efforts.

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    Somerville Rent Stabilization Listening Sessions, July 20 & July 27


    The City of Somerville, in its effort to continue to reduce displacement and increase housing affordability, is hosting two listening sessions to take public comments on rent stabilization. Rent stabilization is a legal strategy that aims to keep housing affordable. Rent stabilization includes laws that prevent rents from rising too quickly and laws that offer protection against wrongful evictions. It also includes considerations for property owners, such as what types of buildings are exempted from the law and considerations for if and when a unit that formerly qualified for rent stabilization could remove its restrictions.

    Community members are invited to share their input on what should be included in Somerville’s drafting of a rent stabilization law. The Anti-Displacement Task Force will use the feedback received at the listening sessions to help inform the discussions and the proposed legislation draft. The Anti-Displacement Task Force will submit the draft language to the administration and the council before it makes its way to the state legislature, where the City will formally ask the state for permission to enact the law.

    Some example considerations are:

    • In what way should rents be limited?
    • Should any units or people be exempt from rent stabilization? If so, who?
    • How should the costs of repairs be factored into rent?

    The first listening session, for property owners and their advocates, is Thursday, July 20, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. The second, for renters and their advocates, is Thursday, July 27, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Both listening sessions will be hosted in a hybrid format, with the opportunity to participate in person at Arts at the Armory 191 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143, or remotely on Zoom.

    How to Attend


    If you plan on providing comments, registration will be required beforehand. If you do not register ahead of time, we will do our best to accommodate you, but cannot guarantee you will have an opportunity to do so during the session. The session will be recorded and posted on voice.somervillema.gov/adtf

    • Attend in person: Arts at the Armory 191 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143
    • Join online: Link to join either session is available at voice.somervillema.gov/adtf
    • Join by phone:
      • For landlords and their advocates:
        • Dial: +1 646 558 8656
        • Enter Meeting ID: 838 3292 1717
        • Enter Passcode: 635355
      • For renters and their advocates:
        • Dial: +1 646 558 8656
        • Enter Meeting ID: 844 6308 0114
        • Enter Passcode: 647757

    How to Provide Comment

    July 20 5:30PM - 9:30PM - Listening session for property owners & their advocates.

    Step 1: Click this link (or copy text onto your browser address bar) by 5:00PM on July 18 to register if you want to provide comments:

    https://forms.gle/S1ChV78EoZZ2JCip9

    Step 2: Attend in person at The Armory at 191 Highland Ave

    - or -

    Click this link to attend the listening session virtually on July 20: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83832921717?pwd=WmZTalg0TzNSSnR2Y0VsUmpIbVNBdz09









    July 27 - 5:30PM - 9:30PM - Listening session for tenants and their advocates.

    Step 1: Click this link (or copy text onto your browser address bar) by 5:00PM on July 25 to register if you want to provide comments: https://forms.gle/QfhYzyw2hpaHwTXA9


    Step 2: Attend in person at The Armory at 191 Highland Ave

    - or -

    Click this link to attend the listening session virtually on July 27:
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84463080114?pwd=Q1pYbWRDTXU4amhLeXIrTjd1SnJMdz09



    Submit Written Comment: If you cannot attend the session, written comments will be accepted through Monday July 31, by email to adtf@somervillema.gov or via mail at:



    City of Somerville, Attn: Luis Quizhpe
    Office of Community Development and Strategic Planning
    93 Highland Ave. Somerville, MA 02143


    Persons with disabilities who need auxiliary aids and services for effective communication (i.e., CART, ASL), written materials in alternative formats, or reasonable modifications in policies and procedures in order to access the programs, activities, and meetings of the City of Somerville should please contact Adrienne Pomeroy in advance at 617-625-6600 x 2059 or apomeroy@somervillema.gov.

    Interpretation into any language is available upon advance request (at least seven days in advance) by contacting the SomerViva Office of Immigrant Affairs at somervillema.gov/ContactSomerViva or calling 311 at 617-666-3311.


  • Sesiones de escucha sobre estabilización del alquiler

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    Somerville está redactando una ley de estabilización de alquileres. ¿Qué se debe incluir?

    ¿De qué forma se deben limitar las rentas?

    ¿Debería alguna unidad o persona estar exenta de la estabilización de renta? Si es así, ¿quién?

    ¿Cómo deben tenerse en cuenta los costos de las reparaciones en los alquileres?

    El Grupo de trabajo contra el desplazamiento utilizará sus comentarios durante la redacción de una próxima petición de autonomía para la estabilización del valor de los alquileres.


    Sesiones de intercambio de ideas acerca de la estabilización del alquiler- Propietarios y defensores de propietarios:


    Fecha: 20 de julio de 2023; 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM

    Formato: Presencial y transmisión en vivo a través de Zoom.

    Dirección del evento:

    Presencial: The Armory - 191 Highland Ave.

    Enlace de Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83832921717?pwd=WmZTalg0TzNSSnR2Y0VsUmpIbVNBdz09

    Si quiere proporcionar comentarios inscríbase antes del 18 de julio del 2023.

    Cómo registrarse para hablar:

    Visite https://forms.gle/if66PxXr2XyQzkRp7






    Sesiones de intercambio de ideas acerca de la estabilización del alquiler- Inquilinos y defensores de inquilinos:

    Fecha: 27 de julio de 2023; 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM

    Formato: Presencial y transmisión en vivo a través de Zoom.

    Dirección del evento:

    Presencial: The Armory - 191 Highland Ave.

    Enlace de Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84463080114?pwd=Q1pYbWRDTXU4amhLeXIrTjd1SnJMdz09

    Si quiere proporcionar comentarios inscríbase antes del 25 de julio del 2023.

    Cómo registrarse para hablar:

    Visite https://forms.gle/S1ChV78EoZZ2JCip9




  • Grupos de discussão para estabilização de aluguel

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    Somerville está elaborando uma lei de estabilização de aluguel. O que deve ser incluído?

    De que maneira os aluguéis devem ser limitados?

    Algumas unidades ou pessoas devem ser isentas da estabilização do aluguel? Se sim, quem?

    Como os custos dos reparos devem ser contabilizados nos aluguéis?

    A Força-Tarefa contra remoções usará seu feedback durante a elaboração de uma petição de regra local para estabilização do aluguel.

    Sessões de escuta sobre estabilização do aluguel: proprietários e seus defensores

    Data: 20 de julho de 2023, das 5:30PM às 9:30PM

    Formato: Presencial com streaming ao vivo por Zoom.

    Endereço do evento:

    Presencial: The Armory - 191 Highland Ave

    Link do Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83832921717?pwd=WmZTalg0TzNSSnR2Y0VsUmpIbVNBdz09

    Inscreva-se para fornecer comentários até 18 de julho de 2023

    Como se inscrever para falar:

    https://forms.gle/S1ChV78EoZZ2JCip9






    Sessões de escuta sobre estabilização do aluguel: inquilinos e seus defensores

    Data: 27 de julho de 2023, das 5:30PM às 9:30PM

    Formato: Presencial com streaming ao vivo por Zoom.

    Endereço do evento:

    Presencial: The Armory - 191 Highland Ave

    Link do Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84463080114?pwd=Q1pYbWRDTXU4amhLeXIrTjd1SnJMdz09

    Inscreva-se para fornecer comentários até 25 de julho de 2023

    Como se inscrever para falar:

    https://forms.gle/QfhYzyw2hpaHwTXA9

  • Seyans Dekout sou Stabilizasyon pou Lwaye

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    Somerville ap ekri yon lwa pou estabilizasyon lwaye. Ki sa ki ta dwe enkli?

    Nan ki fason pri lwaye yo ta dwe limite?

    Èske nenpòt inite oswa moun ta dwe egzante de estabilizasyon lwaye? Si se konsa, kiyès?

    Ki jan depans pou reparasyon yo ta dwe konsidere nan pri lwaye yo?

    Gwoup Travay Anti-Deplasman an pral itilize fidbak ou yo pandan y ap ekri yon petisyon pou règleman kay yo pou estabilizasyon lwaye.

    Seyans Ekout sou Estabilizasyon Lwaye - Pwopriyetè ak Avoka Pwopriyetè yo

    Dat: 20 jiyè 2023; 5 è edmi nan apremidi rive 9 è edmi nan aswè

    Fòma: An pèsòn epi difizyon an dirèk sou Zoom.

    Adrès Aktivite a:

    An pèsòn: The Armory - 191 Highland Ave

    Lyen Zoom lan: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83832921717?pwd=WmZTalg0TzNSSnR2Y0VsUmpIbVNBdz09

    Anrejistre pou ka bay komantè apati de 18 Jiyè 2023

    Enskri pou w pale:

    Visite https://forms.gle/S1ChV78EoZZ2JCip9





    Seyans Ekout sou Estabilizasyon Lwaye - Lokatè ak Avoka Lokatè yo

    Dat: 27 jiyè 2023; 5 è edmi nan apremidi rive 9 è edmi nan aswè

    Fòma: An pèsòn epi difizyon an dirèk sou Zoom.

    Adrès Aktivite a:

    An pèsòn: The Armory - 191 Highland Ave

    Lyen Zoom lan: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84463080114?pwd=Q1pYbWRDTXU4amhLeXIrTjd1SnJMdz09

    Anrejistre pou ka bay komantè apati de 25 Jiyè 2023

    Enskri pou w pale:

    Visite: https://forms.gle/QfhYzyw2hpaHwTXA9

  • भाडा स्थिरीकरण बारे सुन्ने सत्रहरू

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    समरभिलले भाडा स्थिरीकरण कानूनको मस्यौदा तयार गर्दैछ। के समावेश गर्नुपर्छ?

    भाडा कसरी सीमित गरिनु पर्छ?

    कुनै एकाइ वा व्यक्तिहरूलाई भाडा स्थिरीकरणबाट छुट दिनुपर्छ? यदि छ भने, कसलाई?

    मर्मत खर्चलाई भाडामा कसरी समावेश गर्नुपर्छ?

    विस्थापन-विरुद्धको कार्य बल (The Anti-Displacement Task Force) ले भाडा स्थिरीकरणको लागि आगामी स्थानिय नियम याचिकाको मस्यौदा तयार गर्दा तपाँईको प्रतिक्रिया प्रयोग गर्नेछन्।

    भाडाको स्थायित्वसम्बन्धी सुनुवाइका सत्रहरू- मालिक र मालिकका अधिवक्ताहरू

    मिति: जुलाई २०, २०२३; साँझको ५:३० बजेदेखि रातीको ९:३० बजेसम्म

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    कार्यक्रम हुने ठेगाना:

    प्रत्यक्ष उपस्थित हुने: The Armory - 191 Highland Ave

    Zoom लिङ्क: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83832921717?pwd=WmZTalg0TzNSSnR2Y0VsUmpIbVNBdz09

    टिप्पणीहरु प्रदान गर्नका लागी जुलाई १८, २०२३ सम्ममा टिप्पणीहरु दर्ता गराई सक्नुहोस्।

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    भाडा स्थिरता सुनुवाइ सत्रहरू - भाडामा लिनेहरू र भाडामा लिनेहरूको अधिवक्ताहरू

    मिति: जुलाई २७, २०२३; साँझको ५:३० बजेदेखि रातीको ९:३० बजेसम्म

    ढाँचा: प्रत्यक्ष उपस्थित हुने र Zoom प्रयोग गरेर लाइभ-स्ट्रिममा उपस्थित हुने।

    कार्यक्रम हुने ठेगाना:

    प्रत्यक्ष उपस्थित हुने: The Armory - 191 Highland Ave

    Zoom लिङ्क: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84463080114?pwd=Q1pYbWRDTXU4amhLeXIrTjd1SnJMdz09

    टिप्पणीहरु प्रदान गर्नका लागी जुलाई २५, २०२३ सम्ममा टिप्पणीहरु दर्ता गराई सक्नुहोस्।

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  • 穩定租金聆聽會議

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    薩默維爾市正在起草穩定租金法。您認為應該包括什麼呢?

    我們應該如何限制租金呢?

    是否有任何單位或人士可以免受穩定租金的約束呢?如果有的話,是誰呢?

    維修費用應如何計入租金呢?

    反流離失所特別工作組 (Anti-Displacement Task Force) 正在起草即將發佈的穩定租金的地方規例請願書,工作組屆時會加入您的反饋和意見。

    租金穩定聽證會 - 房東暨房東權益支持者

    日期:2023 年 7 月 20 日,5:30PM – 9:30PM

    參加形式:親臨現場參加以及參加 Zoom 直播。

    活動地址:

    親臨現場參加: The Armory - 191 Highland Ave。

    Zoom 連結:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83832921717?pwd=WmZTalg0TzNSSnR2Y0VsUmpIbVNBdz09

    在 2023 年 7 月 18 日之前 註冊以便屆時提供意見

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    租金穩定聽證會 - 租戶和租戶倡導者

    日期:2023 年 7 月 27 日,5:30PM – 9:30PM

    參加形式:親臨現場參加以及參加 Zoom 直播。

    活動地址:

    親臨現場參加: The Armory - 191 Highland Ave。

    Zoom 連結:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84463080114?pwd=Q1pYbWRDTXU4amhLeXIrTjd1SnJMdz09

    在 2023 年 7 月 25 日之前 注册以便届时提供意见

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