Menifee scrutinizes county Mobile Home Rent Stabilization Ordinance for possible repeal at city level

The Menifee City Council, while admitting limited knowledge about Riverside County’s Mobile Home Rent Stabilization Plan which it has followed since Menifee became a city, continued a discussion of possibly establishing the city’s own rent stabilization plan.The discussion, which was scheduled for the Wednesday, April 20, council meeting to review the options of repealing or replacing the county ordinance, brought out a number of residents from the city’s four mobile home parks to offer comments and requests to not repeal the ordinance, RC 760, that has stood for many years in the county and in the city for years. The ordinance keeps mobile park owners’ rent increases from exceeding the yearly national cost of living index plus a $12 per year administrative fee. The residents a
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